tstewart01: I have always used bottom first, because the recoil is center mass and is easier to get back on target with the top barrell
Chris Bartley: I went clay pigeon shooting today for the first time, and tried half a dozen different shotguns and this model was the best gun by far. It has great balance and weight and has given me the bug for more. cheers, chris.
granputon01: I just bought one Mate !
HKPSG1Shooter: I own a Beretta Silver Snipe O/U 12 ga. It's my second-favorite skeet gun, right next to my Browning Sweet 16 with a Poly Choke.
Jenseyboo: Sprocker321 If you fire off one shot at a single bird and then want to reload its a lot handier loading the top barrel than the bottom so your wrong there my old china.
mourad guidoum: beritta is very nice
danebrewer10: erm what?
sprocker321: Top barrel first, because the bottom cartridge might get stuck and its quicker to load the top barrel???????
You have to fully open the gun for both the ejectors to work, so theres no benefit what so ever to using the top barrel first!!
pim1234: Maybe you know the difference between a SP S and a SP 1 ? as nobody else on the internet seems to know it :~
Buttnut105: How does this compare to a Browning Citori?
danebrewer10: I just use "CCL Gunstock Conditioning Oil" it's what came in my cleaning kit originally, seems to work OK, sestores the colour and most of the shine with not too much work....
antman1991: What type of oil do you use on your stock?
antman1991: Thanks for replying. My gun is a 2006 model and looks identical to yours in terms of the engraving and general color of the wood so im guessing it's oiled to. I'm hoping so anyway
danebrewer10: I should think that they have used some different finished over the years, these beretta OU guns look almost identical to 10 year old versions, so your stock, as it seems to be an older gun (as ytou say it is pretty dinged up) may be different, but mine I think is an oil finish, as it becomes less lusterous with time and I just rub in a bit of stock oil every now and then to keep it maintained...
antman1991: hey mate do you know what the finish of this stock is? i have one exactly the same but its pretty marked and was wondering if it was poly, varnish, oil etc
Cade Bell: just got it for my birthday, beautiful gun absolutely beautiful.
darby007j: ive got this gun
CLamontNI: Beretta silver pigeon is hard to beat in my opinion, better than any semi auto i find, mainly because of the cleaning. MY friend got a browning double barrel with a custom spring stock and its recoil is nothing, not to mention the weight is feather light but he uses it for big big competitions
fluffypieceoffluff: just bought 1 2 day i have a urika 391 and its good ya cant bate beretta wit a 32 inch stick
Amalfis100: what is the price of this shotgun?
angryasian2: I've got a brewing citori lightining gunna have to get a summer job to afford this :(
danebrewer10: clay guns are heavier and have more inertia, that is, it is harder to get the gun moving from a standstill, so more of the force of the recoil is absorbed by the weight of the gun, versus a lighter gun
Talmadge Fisher: are clay guns heavier? Why?
AcidSkiffle: Beautiful looking gun.Makes my Yildiz look a bit crape haha
danebrewer10: it's a nice gun but you shuold see some of the higher grades! my ultimate gun would be a best quality sidelock......
Jonathan Kelly: it was bout 1200 id say
caleb5665: how much was it nice shotgun would love to have it
caleb5665: how much was it
jimmyjack900: @danebrewer10 thanks for the help, I'll give some of the local stores a call, I have some hunting mates who know good places with discounts, keep up the good vids! :)
danebrewer10: no, GMK don't supply directly to the public. best bet is to ring round you local gun shops and ask if they have it in stock (most likley they will) and then get them to give you a price. that's how I did it and I think I got about £150 off or something like that but I did go to the gun shop in person having asked whether they had one....
jimmyjack900: As far as ordering one is concerned, is it worth going to GMK an buying directly in store (quite a drive from devon), or are there any cheaper dealers available?
danebrewer10: well I have goten used to it, I now push more down on the safety and less forward, so not pushing with the "heel" of my thumb and I ahven't had any issues since then really, You'll get used to it no doubt.
TheEnglishRedneck45: Interesting that you too had an issue with the safety. I was shooting the 686E recently and the safety on that one was a massive pain. It hurt to use, and was incredibly stiff and sharp. Poor show from Beretta.
bass4life1000: good point but did you consider semi automatic 1 barrel and can hold 4 rounds unless you add a magazine extension (which is illegal here in aus) then you can fit up to 10 rounds in some guns
t bee: its a gun that it generally used as n all rounder, guns designed specificly for clays or trap generally have a large rail on the top barrel im pretty sure the silver pigeon has 3 inch chambers wat on earth would you use a 3 inch magnum cartridge on a clay for?
DemonicWeapons: Quite a bad comment dude! I mean, double barrel, generally means 2 shots, you don't have a single barrel where you can fire 20 shells from it!
TheEnglishRedneck45: SIlver Pigeon would be an interesting name for a supposed clay gun man. True, it can be used for clays, but it's primarily designed for game shooting.
danebrewer10: huh? everybody has a spare 10 minutes in the evening, after all, you had the time to reply to this comment! : )
Caio N: I'm sorry ,but i don't have so much time to see your full video
danebrewer10: well seeing as it's a bouble barrel gun, it holds 2 cartridges, when you have fired those two, the gun must be broken to reload... did you watch the video by any chance?
Caio N: How many shots you can deal with it without having to load?
danebrewer10: not sure exactly what you mean....
Caio N: How many shoots you can do with this ?
danebrewer10: sorry chap, this ia a game gun. the rib is much narrower than that found on a clay gun, plus it is much lighter, it also has an automatic safety.
panicmonkey9: that is a clay gun
danebrewer10: @YenkoSuperChevy no idea, it does tarnish a bit if you leave it un oiled to a sort of brownish colour, oil it (lightly) and the silver comes right back.
danebrewer10: @YenkoSuperChevy no, it's steel just nickel plated, I don't think nickel allow yould be strong or hard enough, especailly if you shove a heavy 3" load down there!
al7lem: purchase price ??
danebrewer10: I'd say you can choose which barrel goes first in any grade of shotgun, it's just that some of the bespoke models don't have the barrrel selector switch, the theory of shooting the bottom barrel first because of reduced muzzle flip as the bore is closer to the middle of the recoil pad, is I think neglibible in practice, sure in lab tests it might show something, but for every day sporting use, I don't think there's any difference, plus I give the reason why I shoot top barrel first
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