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Joined: Jan 29, Messages: Edwin DOct 10, Joined: Aug 17, Messages: Depending on all of that it can go anywhere from But that is with all correct parts. So say its a trap reciever with a sporting barrel, that would lower the value. SouthMetro ShooterOct 10, Joined: Jul 16, Messages: Trap receivers that I have owned and all that I have seen in the variation all said sporting on the receiver. I have never seen one marked trap. That doesn't mean there were none marked as such. Just that I have never seen one.
Also on the early 's both the sporting clays model and the trap model had identical step rib barrels. The point of impact is controlled by spacers and the trap models had either three different comb heights, as in the super trap, or a monte carlo stock while the sporting clays had a standard non monte carlo stock. Hoosier DaddyOct 11, Beretta made two versions of the Trap. It came with choke tubes and a butt-stock with the spacer shims.Log in or Sign up.
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Beretta 32 I don't have a horse in this race, but I will tell you that I traded a Moneymaker adj. It swings just right for me and is a target chrusher. Remove Advertisement.
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Messages Reactions I have some interest in getting into trap and or skeet shooting and im looking for shotgun suggestions, mainly interested in semi auto and not looking to spend a whole lot of money. Any help? Under those criteria I would look for a used or I'd probably want the flexibility of screw in chokes as well so look for that. Saw a nice 20 gauge at the Rickreall gun show for I was really tempted to buy it but wasn't quite what I was looking for.
If you're really strapped for cash I'd pick up an My brother and I learned on them from the get-go and I don't think there is really a disadvantage to them, other than your arm gets a bit of exercise!
Key-Hay North Carolina. When I got started I was short on cash so I picked up a Mossburg auto and it worked fine. The Remington Spartans are not too expensive. Cougfan2 Hillsboro, OR. Messages 3, Reactions Trap and Skeet are completely different games. That being said, any decent pump or semi auto with screw in chokes will work. I grew up shooting Trap and Skeet with pump shotguns. For trap it isn't as important, but shooting skeet with a pump is challenging, but rewarding as you will learn to shuck that sucker really fast on doubles.
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Gun remains very good with little overall wear. This barrel has screw-in choke which currently Is choked. Barrel is also ported. The receiver is excellent with very little to no wear. Semi-auto functions flawlessly. Furniture is very good with a few light surface marks, dings. Thank You.Moderator: shotgunworld. Beretta ST? Posted: Sun Oct 19, am. I'm considering purchasing a ST from a local gun shop. However, they don't seem to know what a ST is and neither do I, besides it looks similar to the regular Any insight you folks could provide would be great.
The gun is in great condition and has a high gloss finish. Does this seem like a fair price? Posted: Sun Oct 19, pm. Price is fair, the ST is a sub-model designation. I have one but don't remember if it stands for trap or something else. It is a good gun and very reliable.
It is no different internally than any other I believe it stands for "Skeet and Trap" model. In fact I was shooting today with someone who has one, but didn't look at it too closely.
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Don't know if the LOP, drop, etc. Suggest you call Beretta and ask be prepared for a bit of a wait on the phone. Uglydog, What do you mean by "Sub model designation"? Is it a cheaper version of the standard ?
Thanks for the info by the way. The length of pull would be the same as all other models except the RLs which are an inch shorter than standard.
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The installed shim would be different as might the extra supplied shims. Posted: Mon Oct 20, pm. I'am looking at page of R.
Then I checked out page and it shows a " ST Sport which has the round reciever. I quess the only way to tell is by the recoil pad and the type barrel. By sub-model I mean a variation of the basici. Trap, Field, Skeet, Sporting Clays, etc.
All versions have the same basic components, the only model that is different is the which is commonly seen at Wal-Mart and is different from the in that the does not have the magazine cut off lever which is no big deal. The ST does not mean steel cap, the L was added to designate an alminum cap. My field model was an early model marked A and had he steel cap. I switched the caps as I wanted a little less weight in the field and a little more at the range.
I do not remember what letters came behind thebut I think it said AL in front of the Now guest 2 mentioned something about steel and aluminum foreend caps. Other than the obvious difference in materials what is the difference between the steel and aluminum caps. Is one of these more desirable than the other? Posted: Tue Oct 21, am.
Some target shooters prefer the steel cap as it is 2 oz heavier than the aluminum cap and gives them a bit more forward weight.I have a Beretta I must honestly suggest that the gun punched the hell out of me. I fired one practice round and registered singles. My cheek was severely slapped, and my shoulder bruised, seems the toe of the stock was too high in the shoulder.
A couple of questions have come to mind since. My left eye is my master eye, thus I tried shooting this gun left-handed. I had learned long ago as a member of The New Jersey State Rifle Team that the eye dictates the shoulder from which the weapon is fired.
I always shoot rifles left handed, but, I wonder? This may sound crazy after admitting to the above, but, when I shoulder this Beretta right handed, I am looking directly down the center of the rib, and, though it lacks a center bead, my eye looks at the proper amount of rib. My question, or questions are: Is there something wrong with the Beretta?
Can I shoot right handed without any further adjustment. This would be nice as my left shoulder has taken a lifetime of recoil, and then some. Would a piece of transparent tape over my left lens do more harm than good? Seems my old turkey loads kicked less from my Mossberg. Attacking things in no particular order. Federal Grand American shells- The Federal Grand American handicap loads that I bought when I was at the Grand in Vandalia two years ago were definitely a bit hotter than a normal 3 dram load.
Be that as it may, a slightly hotter load should not have caused your symptoms. It has to be something else. I doubt that there is anything mechanically wrong with the You never mentioned that it failed to function. If it had, I believe that you would have said so.
One of my s required this, but now works perfectly. In that order usually. There are really too many variables to get into without seeing you in action- but naturally, I cannot resist taking a few guesses. As a cross dominant shooter, my guess is that you are keeping your head very erect when you bring the gun up to your cheek.
This is why only a small part of the toe of the butt is against your shoulder and the rest is sticking out in the air. This means that all the recoil is concentrated into the little part of the butt that is on your shoulder, instead of spreading it out over the entire butt the way it should be. Having just a little bit of the butt on the shoulder would also make the gun move a great deal on firing.
This would cause the face slap in a big way. The problem may well be in your gun mount. I suggest that you try mounting the gun as follows: mount the gun to your shoulder so that the ENTIRE butt of the gun is against the shoulder. Now, with the gun in the shoulder, raise the shoulder up towards the face until the stock properly contacts the cheek.
This way the butt will be fully in contact with the shoulder and the comb will still be on the cheek. Avoid having part of the butt on the shoulder and part sticking out above. This may seem awkward at first because you are doing it left handed, but I do believe that it will go a long way towards solving your problem. If you want to switch from left to right shoulder, give it a try, but make sure that you mount the gun as I have described above.
If you want to try right handed shooting with a left master eye, a piece of frosty Scotch tape on the left lens is fine. To put it on right, mount the gun as if you were shooting and have some one put the patch on the lens so that it just obscures your front bead. You do not need, or want, to cover up the whole lens. The other alternative is just to close the left eye, either before you call for the bird or after you have identified its trajectory.