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Thread: Recommendation for 20 gauge autoloader

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    Use a gas operatored auto. For less recoil it's best to use a 12 with light loads.
    A Benelli will kick more than a gas operatored gun 12 or 20.
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    Benelli Montefeltro is a nice gun.

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    Look at Beretta A 400. I just got a 12 guage in this and it replaced a Benelli. Differnece is night and day in light shooting. Definately recommend a gas gun.

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    My Benelli 20 gauge ultra light is still on back order excuse now is impounded shipment of 2 containers of ultra lights by customs.
    see earlier post gun ordered and backordered around 1st of feb then told it would be here in early April - still no gun
    trog

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    My wife shoots a Remington 1187 supermag. She loves the gun. Never had any problems.

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    Bought a browning silver for my 13 year old last year and he loves it. Very light and no complaints on the recoil even with the slug barrel on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Titan View Post
    Bought a browning silver for my 13 year old last year and he loves it. Very light and no complaints on the recoil even with the slug barrel on it.
    My nephew shoots one of these and it is an extremely nice gun. I borrowed it a few years ago for a duck hunting trip, after I had broken some ribs. Shooting 2 3/4 inch Hevi-Shot it was easy on the shoulder and ribs and was an excellent duck gun.

    Buck

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    Benelli would be my choice.

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    Benelli with mercury recoil reducer

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    We use a Benelli Ultra Light 20 all the time for shooting flyers using 7 1/2 and 8's. Recoil is barely noticeable. Get the Ultra Light, it's the nicest all around gun and worth the money.
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