Trap shotgin

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  1. kfive

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    Some advice needed on a cheap (for lack of a better word) trap shotgun went today and liked it was shooting a mossberg 591 not the best for trap thanks for the advice
     
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    skeeter7 Brass Vulture

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    https://www.glocktalk.com/threads/trap-shotgun.1590516/

    Some good info in this thread. I also shoot a Browning BT-99. I don't know what your definition of cheap trap gun is but if you're only shooting trap then buy a dedicated trap gun. A BT-99 is a really nice gun that you'll keep forever.
     

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    Depends what you mean by cheap. What are you wanting to spend on one?
     
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    Valmet M62/76 Silver Member

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    +1 on the BT-99. Also may want to look into an older, pre-Freedom Group 870 Classic Trap.
     
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    Thanks for the replys want to spend about 300$
     
  6. Haldor

    Haldor Formerly retired EE.

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    Increase your budget to $400 and buy a used Remington 1100. This is THE starting trap gun. Lightweight, soft recoiling, makes a good field gun/sporti g clays gun also. You will not enjoy shooting 100 shells at an outing from a pump shotgun.