GUN What does OT think of this Charles Daly Over/Under?

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  1. Atheist

    Atheist oh, hi OT Supporter

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    870 or S12

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    I've found my O/U to be great for skeet/sporting clays and upland game, places where it's dry. Duck/goose weather O/Us suck.

    870 is THE choice if you're going to be in foul(fowl) weather.
     
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    lol walmart special
     
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    Atheist oh, hi OT Supporter

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    I don't have a million dollars to spend and I don't want a pump I want an O/U, this will be only upland game.

    I did shoot an 870 this weekend and its nice but I want an O/U

    Furner* thanks for the help, Ill be sure to let one rip on my way thru GR in 2 weeks
     
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    why are you spending money on an OU when you can get a pump for far less? it seems like you have two conflicting goals here. You want a good OU, but you also want to keep it cheap. You really can't have both in the gun world.
     
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    For budget doubles I'd look at Stoegers. They're inexpensive and I have heard mostly good things about them.
     

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