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I need a different gun and fast for the upcoming early goose and subsequent duck season. There is a gun shop next to my house that has a Bakail...or something like that...12 gauge 30inch barrel auto. Its some russian made thingy...looks nice...is pretty light. Anyone know anything about this gun, anyone shot it? Otherwise I'll probably just buy a new benelli nova pump...there about the same price.

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carpshooterdeluxe

NOVA.

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Dahitman44

I have a Nova 3.5 inch and I LOVE it. LOVE it.

Killed a lot of geese. GREAT gun.

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mille lacs muskie bum

I have the baikal and love it. I used it for 2 seasons now and havent had any problems with it. The 3.5 in capability is nice. grin.gif

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fishane

these russian made guns are now sold by remington under the spartan nameplate.

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mille lacs muskie bum

Yea remington bought them out and raised the price about 150 bucks. I dont think they changed anything on it though. I bought mine from capras before remington bought them out and paid only $250.

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96trigger

I have a beretta AL390. love the gun, I shoot trap, pheasants and geese with it. However, I'm starting to think about adding a nova to my gun lineup. I've become attached to my beretta as a trap and pheasant gun and all the mud and dirt from goose hunting takes its toll. I use a pump for deer, I love the reliability of knowing that its not going to jam no matter what kind of weather or crap I send throug it. So far the beretta has never let down, but the wear and tear is starting to show. Nothing worse than shooting a goose and aiming at the next, and seeing a jam. My browning was notorious for that.

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