UmatillaJeff wrote:If I had to choose? It would be the Browning.
If all I ever hunted out of was hide a blinds, It would be the Remigton. It comes up just enough quicker with the 26 inch barrel to get the nod out of a hide a blind.
If I never hunted out of hide a blinds it would be the Browning hands down. Jeff
UmatillaJeff wrote:The new Browning is lighter. The old was not. I wouldn't own one of the new ones. Jeff
UmatillaJeff wrote:I shoot lead now and again and I have no need for a light 10ga. One pound means nothing and I hate the way the new ones load. Like a damn Beretta.
Reminds me of the guys who hike in 9 miles and want a gun that weighs two pounds less. What are you going to do? Shoot the smallest buck you see so you don't have to pack the weight out????
It's a 10ga! If you want light this isn't the gun to make you happy. The new ones are only one pound less. You still have a heavy shotgun.
UmatillaJeff wrote:It's not any disadvantage. It's just not as easy as loading my gold. I own lots of autoloaders. They all load the same. Besides.. I would rather buy used and save my self 500 bucks. You seldom see a 10ga that has been shot very much and clean used models are a simple find.
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