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xedge2002

Over/Under

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I am going to buy an over under and need some input on which one to get. I have narrowed it down to the Ruger Engraved Red Label, the Browning Cynergy Feather the Browning Citori White Lightning or the Browning Citori GTS Grade 1.

Does anyone have any experience with any of these? I was leaning towards the Ruger Red Label but am unsure.

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All great guns... look at the weight of each and factor in carrying them all day hunting. I traded in a Beretta O/U for a light field grade Citori... night and day difference in carrying it. My buddy has a Red Label it is fairly heavy... I like the gun and quailty, but I didn't consider one because of the weight.

Good Luck!

Ken

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Xedge,

When you're looking at the quality brands that you are - just remember this most important advice: Pick the one that fits best.

I never intended to even buy an O/U when I bought my Citori, but the guy just put in my hands as we walked down the counter to the semi-autos. I shouldered it and it snapped in SOOO sweet and my sight line down the barrel was right on. Like the gun was built for me.

I looked at him and said "You ......", get the box." laugh.gif

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