looking for a semi-auto 12g

Saylin

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I'm looking to get into some clay shooting, would like a decent semi auto to do it with.

Looking for a good deal on something like a Mossberg 930 all purpose or a screaming deal on something like a beretta a300/390 or an affinity.

Local is best, I'm in north Austin but willing to drive
 

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it will be used for clays and some occasional dove....that is about it. As long as it will cycle target loads and hunting loads without much turn around I will be happy

I have a mossberg 500 for HD :)

(yes I know that I can use my 500 for clays and dove...but then I don't get to buy a new gun)
 

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I am a fan of the Remington 1100. Pick up a used one, put a few inexpensive parts in it and the gun will outlive you. Not content to just rebuild them, I ordered brand new factory stock sets from Remington and the shotguns even look terrific!

Check out these prices:
entire piston assembly...$20
piston seals..$6 per package of six.
Mainspring/bolt recoil spring ...$6
Bolt buffer....$4
extractor...$15
Magazine spring.....$6

Flash
 

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I heartily second Roger's comments about the Remington 1100. I have used one 1100 for Skeet, Trap, Hunting, and 3 Gun Matches and it never let me down. The availability of various barrels is still good and parts are plentiful and cheap.
 

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The 1100 was a standard for a long time.
 
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