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    I’m not even going to start down that road. I’ve got some that I don’t think I’ll ever get rid of because I felt each would be the pheasant gun to end all pheasant guns when I bought them. So each has been a favorite for a while. The favorite that I should’ve kept was an SKB Waterfowler. Had to sell that to fund some life changes after my divorce. I’ve been trying to find that gun’s equal for 15 years.

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    beratta 391 urika gold. lite weight and little recoil.

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    Beretta A400 20GA is my new favorite after last season, looking at getting a 28GA to complete the set of A400's

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    Quote Originally Posted by waterdog09 View Post
    Beretta A400 20GA is my new favorite after last season, looking at getting a 28GA to complete the set of A400's
    Every time I get a 20, I wind up talking myself into leaving it at home. Nothing wrong with it, I just feel more comfortable with a 12. Probably brainwashed.

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    This is like asking which of my kids is my favorite.

    That said, my two latest favorites.

    1919 proof dates, no manufacturer name, German, likely Sauer action. 5# 15oz of joy to carry 16 gauge.

    And a 1965 proofed Simson 12 gauge. 6# 12 oz. just got it a few weeks ago. Hope it works on dove next week.

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    My Beretta Silver Pigeon 1 in 20 GA is my favorite. Really starting to love the 20 GA shell, I just picked up a Beretta A400 Lite in 20 GA as well that might just end up being my new waterfowl gun relegating my Browning Maxus to a back up gun.

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    After last season I won't carry around a 12ga unless I have to, 20ga is like carrying around a toy it's so light. And from the results I had I never felt under gunned out in the field, I could still effectively kill at 40+ yds with my 20ga. Hoping to complete my set of A400's this fall or early next spring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by waterdog09 View Post
    After last season I won't carry around a 12ga unless I have to, 20ga is like carrying around a toy it's so light. And from the results I had I never felt under gunned out in the field, I could still effectively kill at 40+ yds with my 20ga. Hoping to complete my set of A400's this fall or early next spring.
    Do you use 2-3/4” or 3” shells for pheasant in your 20? I have to admit that I’ve got an urge to buy a Montefeltro in 20.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ericb View Post
    Do you use 2-3/4” or 3” shells for pheasant in your 20? I have to admit that I’ve got an urge to buy a Montefeltro in 20.
    I was using 3" bismuth last year

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    If I'm not swinging a 391 urika 20 ga then I'm more than likely shooting AL390 silver mallard. These B guns are what fit me the best.

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