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    Best Semi-Auto Shot Gun?

    Hi Folks,

    What in your opinion is the best semi-auto shotty?

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    Junior Member kodiak99's Avatar
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    Best at what? Skeet/trap? Duck hunting? Home defense/Combat? What I mean is that one may be great at one, but not so great/allowed for another.

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    The word "best" is too much of an absolute term. If there was truly a "best shotgun", everyone would be shooting the same one. If there was a "best vehicle" everyone would be driving the same car and so on. It usually comes down to a personal preference and need. Kodiak gave some great subjects to think about to help find the best shotgun for you

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    in my opinion, overall probably Benelli M4. Taking price into consideration I would say Mossberg 930. Great gun for a great price. I love my 500 and wouldn't think twice about buying another Mossy.
    "When seconds matter, the police are only minutes away."

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    My buddy has a Benelli M4 at it is awesome to shoot but, for the price I dont know lol

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    Best shot gun out there is the Beneli m4 because i have one. All joking aside some great shot guns would be Mossberg 930 spx. Benelli m4, and FNH SLP MK1 being my personal favorite.

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    For personal protection....any one that go's BOOM when ya need it to!

    all joking aside I been loving on the Mossberg 930 spx, but the wife slaps me and I wake up!

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    ^ LOL i Hate when that happens!!

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    I recently bought a 930 spx. Seems as though they've had a rash of damaged ones leave the factory.The magazine tubes have a long deep scratch going down them right where the piston operates.Anyone thinking about buying one should be prepared for a 2 week (business days) repair. I was fortunate as they sent me a new gun rather than a repair job.
    Last edited by Fieldstone; 10-03-2012 at 07:23 PM.

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    I can't believe no one has mentioned the remington 1100 for all of the above categories except where one may prefer a shorter barrel

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