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Any opinions on the 425 sporting? I am considering purchasing one in 20 ga. I looked at the 12 gauge model but it felt awkward compared to my Berreta. but the 20 ga model with 30" barrels felt right.
 

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Sweet little guns, those 20's are. A good friend who is pushing 70 has one, and after helping him determine that it was shooting a little too high, making a recommendation to lower the comb of the stock and then doing it, he is now shooting right in there with all his buddies who still use their 12's. I know that he has several other guns from 28 thru 12, but the one that fits him best is the 425, and it is his favorite. He did have to have a trigger spring replaced, but most 425's that have several thousand rounds thru them have some sort of trigger problem anyway.
 

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I've owned a
Browning 12ga Gti 30" ported for a dozen years.
I love it.
Good for trap and Sporting; a little heavy for skeet.
I just acquired a
Browning 20ga 425 Sporting Grade 1 30" ported
Handles like the Gti but a pound and a half lighter.
Great for Trap;
excels at Sporting Clays ;
even works for skeet.

After a lesson with John Woolley , I'm in love with this gun.

http://www.sportingclays.net/index_feature.cfm?StoryID=1990 :D
 
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