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beretta shotguns

Postby clow97 » Mon Oct 16, 2017 11:04 am

Looking to see if anyone had any opinions i have a super black eagle 2 right now looking to sell it and i am leaning towards a Beretta. I have looked at the Beretta a4000 Xplor and also the Beretta a4000 xtreme i like the xplor more because the kickoff just not sure how it would hold up duck hunting since its not camo its just a wood finish. I mostly duck hunt swamps and the coast sometimes.
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Re: beretta shotguns

Postby HydeMarsh » Mon Oct 16, 2017 11:55 am

why sell? what is wrong with a SBEII?
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Re: beretta shotguns

Postby clow97 » Mon Oct 16, 2017 11:59 am

i dont have any problems just have been looking at a beretta and thought about giving it a shot
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Re: beretta shotguns

Postby Galactic Ricky » Mon Oct 16, 2017 12:05 pm

I've got an A400 extreme. I got it b/c I use to shoot an 1100, which has sentimental value. The brackish water was eating it alive, so I decided I needed something else. I also don't maintain things like I should. Kinda slack sometimes. It took a while to get use to it but I love it. Had it a few years now and it is doing awesome. It's a sweet shooting gun. I think it jambed one time but that was b/c of freeze/sleet build up. I would recommend it.
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Re: beretta shotguns

Postby EastBound&Down » Tue Oct 17, 2017 1:20 pm

HydeMarsh wrote:why sell? what is wrong with a SBEII?

Probably tired of getting it worked on.
Tom B. (local gunsmith) favorite gun. Said they have made him tons of money.
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Re: beretta shotguns

Postby HydeMarsh » Tue Oct 17, 2017 8:55 pm

EastBound&Down wrote:
HydeMarsh wrote:why sell? what is wrong with a SBEII?

Probably tired of getting it worked on.
Tom B. (local gunsmith) favorite gun. Said they have made him tons of money.



I do not have a SBE II, just curious. I shoot an M2, I am old and don't like 3 1/2.
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Re: beretta shotguns

Postby Shurshot » Wed Oct 18, 2017 7:57 pm

Guess my first question to the OP would be have you shot one to see if it fits? The finest B guns in the world won't be worth a tinker's damn if it doesn't shoot where you look. Don't worry about the quality of those guns, it's there. And I wouldn't be worried about a non camoed gun or one with a wood stock either. But getting a gun "fit" to your particular frame is what I'd be concerned with the most. Then branch out from there.
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beretta shotguns

Postby trigger22 » Thu Oct 19, 2017 3:17 am

How much you want for the SBEII? I have a friend that's in the market.
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Re: beretta shotguns

Postby ncbufflehead » Sun Oct 22, 2017 7:33 pm

I have a A400 Xtreme. This will be the fourth year hunting with it. Love it. No problems so far.
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Re: beretta shotguns

Postby high flyer » Tue Oct 24, 2017 6:01 pm

EastBound&Down wrote:
HydeMarsh wrote:why sell? what is wrong with a SBEII?

Probably tired of getting it worked on.
Tom B. (local gunsmith) favorite gun. Said they have made him tons of money.

I've been shooting a SBEII for going into its 11th season, it's never had to be worked on. Pretty much everyone I know shoots an original SBE or SBEII, I think one has had an extractor replaced.
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