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    Quote Originally Posted by jeff evans View Post
    I think Franchi is owned by Benelli. Their auto loaders are inertia driven. I own one and love it, $800. Anyone have an opinion on the CZ auto loaders?
    Beretta owns both Benelli and Franchi as well Stoeger, which come to think of it would be a good alternative to a CZ.

    Franchi makes a nice o/u.

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    Love my Lanber... Shoots and handles pretty much like a Citori. Very nice quality for about $700
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith Stroyan View Post
    Thats a pretty low end one. Fixed chokes, single ejector, no barrel select. Another hundred or two more and you can have a very nice one with nice wood. I need to replace mine. Got called in to shoot fliers at a trial last fall and didn't realize I had a mod and full choke in mine. Well, shooting all day at a 100 dog open sending small pellet sized steel through it caused the chokes to bulge. Anyone know where to just get another barrel set? I'll definitely be buying another one if I can't find new barrels.
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    At the same price point I'd take a used Browning or Berreta over new 'anything else', any day. More gun and someone else paid for the dings.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HNTFSH View Post
    At the same price point I'd take a used Browning or Berreta over new 'anything else', any day. More gun and someone else paid for the dings.
    I agree both are good value and hold up well. Have two Browning Golden GTI and much to my surprise they are worth more now than when I purchased them.
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