WTB: 10 Gauge shotgun

Discussion in 'Waterfowl Hunting' started by Jeremybj, Sep 17, 2011.

  1. Jeremybj

    Jeremybj Well-Known Member

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    Hey,

    I know I am looking to buy, but I thought this might be better under the waterfowl section. I am looking to get a 10 guage shotgun. I am looking for maybe a Browning BPS or a Remington SP10. Anyone have one for sale or know who has one for sale? Just playing around with the idea at the moment, but anybody who can point me in the direction of one would be great. Thanks.
     
  2. tnshooter111

    tnshooter111 Well-Known Member

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    I have a gold hunter 10ga I might get ride of. Do you have anything to trade.
     

  3. Jeremybj

    Jeremybj Well-Known Member

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    Ill PM you.
     
  4. bmcnabb02

    bmcnabb02 Active Member

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    FWIW, that BPS 10 ga. packs a wallop. I shoot a Browning Gold Invector and love it, no more recoil than a 12 ga auto. It actually kicks less than my 12 ga. BPS by far.

    Good luck!
     
  5. Gar Guru

    Gar Guru New Member

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    Don't know if you are aware of it or not but the RemingtonSP10 is discontinued and no longer produced. If you want one there are several for sale on gunbroker.com
     
  6. beretta_man11

    beretta_man11 Well-Known Member

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    I just sold my BPS-10 a couple weeks ago but i have a Gold-10 that i'd think about selling.

    Gold-10
    Dipped in Natgear 2 years ago
    30" barrel that I had Angleport lengthen the forcing cones
    2 Rhino extended/ported choke tubes
    Only shot 2-3 boxes in 3 years. No problems.
     
  7. Magnumdude

    Magnumdude Well-Known Member

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    I turkey hunt with a highly-modified Remington SP-10. It's heavy, but it nails them gobblers waayyy out there if one hangs up and won't come in to conventional ranges.
     
  8. Base

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    Hi Jeremy, I am new to the forums and long range shooting I am not new to hunting waterfowl, iv been doing it my whole life. A 10 ga these days are only good for one thing, "skybusting" . But if you are set on a 10 I would suggest the Browning semi. I hope this helps. :)