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Hello,
I've recently started shooting clays again. I love my 28 gauges (a Red Label and a Knassar Churchill SxS), but I am looking for a shotgun to shoot on less formal occasions that is chambered for a less expensive round.

I've a few questions about the SPR line for those knowledgable about them.

Aside from the single trigger/double trigger difference between the 210 and the 220 is there any other difference? Is one preferable to the other?

Does the barrel selection mechanism on the 210 seem solid and reliable?

Is there any noticable difference in feel to the 12 and 20 gauge chamberings?

Thank you!
 

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My SPR210 is a .410. The selector on the trigger is very positive. I have had the stock off and was able to study the innards. The ejector set-up is positive, also. The trigger pull is heavy. I have never handled a double trigger model, so I can't compare.
 
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