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Discussion in 'Shooting - Reloading Forum' started by goosnit, Jan 24, 2018.
I also use Gunbroker.com to check in on current values.
Pull your head out $400 + my new unfired gun. You are just trying to start something and it is not going to work
While I agree 400 was a bit steep, your gun was used whether you fired it or not.
ED, you WON that new, unfired gun....so giving it and $400 for a new Beretta O/U would have cost you only $400. I, for one, couldn't have turned that down.
And I'm not trying to start something; I respect you too much for that.
The gun i won was the exact gun i was trying to trade for only in 20 ga damn sure not a good deal the 12 even had better wood on it. Anyone that would do it would be a fool sure i won a gun that was worth the exact same amount as the 20 in the store why in the hell would you pay $400 difference for a gun that did not have anything the 12 did. 400 dollars would nearly buy a set of tubes to make a 20 out of the 12 ga. And have a heavly figured gun versus a gun with a 2x4 for a stock
Load up some lite 7/8 oz. loads for the 12ga. That way you will be shooting 20ga, payload from a 12ga. framed gun!! Nice!! I love shooting skeet with this load.
Because I wanted the 20 gage and didn't want the 12 gage? I dunno.....I'm only going by what you said.