Trap, Skeet, Sporting Clays; pistol/rifle target shooting, to plinking cans with a bb gun.
I need help picking out a good but cheaper over/under 12ga for shooting sporting clays and trap.
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i like the browning citori too but sense your looking for a good but cheaper stoeger has a good gun, but definately don't get a yieldiz, my friend had one and it broke so he sent it back and they gave him a brand new one and and he took it out to the range and when he put a bullet in it and went to pull up the barrel the gun went off. you definately don't want that
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I always recommend a quality gun. For the money Browning Citori. A good gas auto works well too and are a little cheaper I prefer remington 11-87, or berratta gas guns. If you are planning on using the gun for clays stay away from the benelli inertia guns they get un comfortable to shoot after 200 targets or so. Look at the ruger redlabel also.
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