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Old 01-24-2011, 06:41 AM  
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Beretta XtremaII

Great shot gun, great skeet shooter!!

YouTube - Beretta Extrema II Rapid Fire Shotgun
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Old 01-24-2011, 02:05 PM  
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OK, yeah, I'm impressed!

Low recoil can be had multiple ways: cooler handloads or a recoil buffer. I presume the E2 has the buffer (like an AR-15 or similar).

I'd be surprised if the Remmy 1100 couldn't cycle as fast, but there's no recoil buffer (apart from the semi-auto action itself) so your shoulder might protest after a couple dozen very fast rounds.

Surprisingly, the cost is of the E2 is about the same as a new 1100 (which doesn't have the extended mag tube). I'm looking to upgrade from an 870 to an 1100. Maybe I'll go for one of these instead.
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OK, yeah, I'm impressed!

Low recoil can be had multiple ways: cooler handloads or a recoil buffer. I presume the E2 has the buffer (like an AR-15 or similar).

I'd be surprised if the Remmy 1100 couldn't cycle as fast, but there's no recoil buffer (apart from the semi-auto action itself) so your shoulder might protest after a couple dozen very fast rounds.

Surprisingly, the cost is of the E2 is about the same as a new 1100 (which doesn't have the extended mag tube). I'm looking to upgrade from an 870 to an 1100. Maybe I'll go for one of these instead.
I was more impressed with his shooting skill...
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Old 01-24-2011, 05:04 PM  
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Those are some pretty good shots, but I wonder how that guy'd do pieing a room or in a tactical situation. He might do fine, or he might fill his pants. It's kinda hard to tell with trick shooters. He sees a target and shoots it reliably. But present him with three targets and he may only hit one of them and see how he does. That's a different story. And it means he can't use birdshot.
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Old 01-26-2011, 07:17 AM  
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That guy can shoot! I don't think that he ever missed a target.
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Old 01-28-2011, 08:36 AM  
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That guy can shoot! I don't think that he ever missed a target.
if he did miss they cut that part out, a whole new way to hold a shot gun! over yer head!
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Old 01-28-2011, 02:05 PM  
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He can defintley shoot alright, wow !, and nice shotgun as well .
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Old 02-01-2011, 07:42 PM  
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Narrowed down between the Extrema 2 and the Benelli SBE II for Christmas. After shouldering them both for days I ended up going with the Benelli. I liked the Extrema but for me it just did not shoulder as well. It is however a great gun that just didn't fit me.
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