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What is the lightest pheasant gun you own i am looking for a 12 ga 3in and i have heard alot about the 870 aany others for a good price.

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stoeger 2000

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TriStar. Super light. They come with a 5yr warranty. Check out their website. Avail. in wood or syn. Semi-auto's for about $325.00

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Look for a used Beretta 390.

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I have a Stoeger Condor 20ga O/U 3". I use 3" magnum #4's. Very lightweight and easy to handle.

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I'd look at three guns: Bennelli Montefeltro, Beretta 391 Optima and the Browning Fusion. All are lighter weight, quality guns.

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