Re: Over/Under Question
Unfortunately, in the $1K-$2K range, a quality gun is going to be hard to find. If all you'll be doing is hunting, therefore only 12 or so shots per day, then a low end gun will be fine. BUT, if you use that gun for any volume of shooting, then it will be woefully lacking in quality. My first O/U was a Tri-star and it lasted maybe 2 years. The gun shot loose and began misfiring. Twice it went back for warranty work and still it malfunctioned. Tri-Star, Stoeger, CZ, Ruger, etc are all fine for the rigors of hunting. For any more punishing use you'll need to drop $3K or up for a quality O/U.
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