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#559789 12/04/19 09:13 PM
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Gents,
I was looking for a model 310 Husqvarna, but have come across a model 350 special.
It is as new, straight English stock and much finer checkering that I normally see on these guns.
There is no engraving however with 100% case colours that's not such a big deal.
Where did the 350 sit quality wise against say the 310's?
I am aware these are much later guns.
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The M350 I have is a nice, if slightly underpowered chainsaw.

Sorry, can't help. But Huskies are underrated guns, in general I think.


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The 310 in my opinion was the the original and best design Husky boxlock subsequent models while made with good materials and craftsmenship were designed to be sold at a lower price point .

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Between my son and I we own 5 Huskies. All are good sound pieces.
None are real special grade wise, just good using guns
2 M20 under lever hammer guns, a 310A, a 615 and a 103A hammer gun. All in 12 gauge.
I do believe Huskies are currently undervalued. A good quality gun at a decent price. What's not to like?


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The 350 is not as refined as a 310, which if my poor memory is correct has a different overhead sear arrangement.

However, I own a 350, and it is a well made A&D style action. I've shot mine a lot with no issues. They are very well made.

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A Husky without exposed hammers is not a real shotgun. Keep shopping. Just my opinion.


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