Looking for advice on an Over-Under
My dad is looking to pick up an Over-Under for skeet and sporting clays. He's pretty set on an over-under because he is in sales and hopes to go shooting with clients so it is somewhat for image.
He's looking to spend under $1000 (hopefully more around $500), and doesn't mind if its used.
I'm hoping to find him one with interchangeable chokes so he has some control over the pattern. We are heading to Cabelas tomorrow to take a look at their used inventory, and look at new options as well.
Any advice on things to look at, or stay away from? I have a 12 guage pump, and we have both fired an over-under so we are familiar with them, we just don't own one.
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