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Browning Gold Sporting Clays Semi-Automatic 12 Gauge

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The simple fact that this moderately priced, smooth-handlingsemiautomatic fits just about every shooter right out of the boxand allows for easy target acquisition gave the Browning the edgein this test.

Browning Gold Sporting Clays Semi-Automatic 12 Gauge

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Even the standard, internal set of chokes tubes provided with the Browning (a variety of well-designated extended chokes are also available) were much easier to read than those included witt the Benelli. Patterns with the modified choke at 30 yards produced a nearly perfect 50-50 shot placement, which means there were an equal number of hits both above and below the target center.
Saying it provided both comfort and a non-slip surface, our testers favored the Browning pad over the Benelli's, although both pads performed well in reducing recoil.
Most shooters don't look forward to cleaning a shotgun after a shooting session, but the simple design and limited number of parts in the Browning action make the task more palatable.

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