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    My vote would be for a nice Ruger Red Label or Browning Citori. My dad has a Citori Lightening 20 ga. that's a joy to hunt long days in rugged terrain with.
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    I've hunted with a few browning o/u 12 gauges and liked them, but was wanting something a little lighter for the death marches that my Brittany and I go on. Looks like I'll be hitting a few gun shows this fall to see what I can find. I hate to buy something used online without actually putting my hands on it to see how it feels.

    Ruger had started making the red labels again a couple years ago and I had heard that a 20 was in the works. That had my interest big time, but they have since stopped production. Anyway, I'll find something to bust some quail with this November. Thanks for the advise crew!

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    As ive been surfing the www looking for a quail killing shotgun, I have come across something pretty neat. Remington is making the good ol 870 in an American classics edition. B grade walnut, a little engraving, and it comes in 12 and 20 ga. Functional and pretty. I like it!

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    I have a beautiful Charles Daly Superior grade 20 ga O/U than I am selling. Really nice wood and engraved, looks like a Browning Superposed. Pm me if you are interested. I am asking $800.00 + shipping to your FFL.
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    I have a Ruger over and under 20 gauge I am planning to sell. It has to be 30+ years old and I doubt it has had 200 rounds through it. I have no idea what its worth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Umpqua Hunter View Post
    I have a Ruger over and under 20 gauge I am planning to sell. It has to be 30+ years old and I doubt it has had 200 rounds through it. I have no idea what its worth.
    I'll be home tomorrow and I'll check my Blue Book of Gun Values. I'm in Az now on my way home from a quick trip to Calif.

    [B][/WORTH BETWEEN 850 & 1,000 DEPENDING ON CONDITION B]
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    That Charles Daly would be SWEEEEET

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    Looks like lots of options for an American made double. That’s a great thing to have. USA!
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    Should we even open the folder on American Doubles of the Boutique class?

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    Browning side by sides were nice guns, I can't believe no one mentioned Winchester 101's! Franchi makes a nice gun,C.Z. I've heard are tanks .what about Ithaca whom are now made in Ohio.Give that guy some credit. I can't afford to beat up a$ 3000. work of art.Everyone can't afford a dam model21 ! Oh, almost forgot: weatherby o/u aren't tanks!
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