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bet you thought this was going to be a rifle post---  getting an early jump on sage hen, grouse, dove, pheasant, trying a 12 this year couldn't hit kaka with the 28 last year.

 

 

 

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thats a sweet citiori dale i wish i could afford one
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Very nice, Dale!
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Is that a 525 Grade VI?......................Real Nice!
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Golden Clays-- with classic stock, the 525 has a bit too much curve for me.
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Very nice....
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as Roy Finn pointed out the citoris are not as trim as the berettas, but I wanted to try the 30" barrels on chukars this year, and no one had a 687 EEL hanging around. after 200 rds of skeet , the triggers break clean and the same on each (good doubles gun), now to decide which optic to put on it (just kidding).
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