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I am a college student and I would like to start trap shooting this summer. I would like to purchase a good quality used shotgu

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  • #16
    Find a used 870 trap and you'll be set. When I shot trap many of the guys continually traded, gimmied and altered their guns. Don't discount good fit, if the gun fits you recoil of the pump should not bother you.
    I had the good fortune to shoot my dads 21 Winchester and my uncles Parker, neither of which ever hurt me, except for sime dismal scores. My own trap gun was a Y modle 12, which you might stumble ontoin your price range. Stay away from built up gimmied guns. One of the best shots at our range shot a single shot hammer gun.?????

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    • #17
      PS 870s are safe reliable and if you must trade up it will hold its value.

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      • #18
        Go to the trap club and hang out. Ask the people who run the place. Many trap clubs have gun shops attached. Wade through the "for sale" guns on the bulletin board. Yesterday's good shotgun is often all you need, until you get into social business.

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