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Has anyone seen one (in person) or even seen a review of one? I stumbled across it on the CSMC website today.

Looks like it starts at $4,950 or so, beaver tail foreend, 8 lbs, single trigger, non-automatic safety, barrel lengths out to 32”, and choke tubes. The ones they have built for sale are over $6,000.

Interesting gun and would maybe consider a long barrel version for sporting clays and duck hunting.

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Looks like a stripped down version of the RBL Sporting Edition, without the adjustable comb, the laser engraving and gold inlay clay pigeon and the weight & Balance system. Also only the one recoil pad so no adjustment for length-of-pull.


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Ventilated rib, $300 less than solid rib? This is definitely not the light 12.

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Target pistol grip with tighter curve, ramped rib. $2000 more than it should be. I would prefer this for half the price:
https://www.gunsinternational.com/guns-f...un_id=101506838
Probably more reliable and with better dynamics as well. No brainer...
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Originally Posted By: skeettx


The ad copy reads "Hand built by the finest gunsmiths in the world".

They must have been on vacation when my CSMC 21 was built & on sick leave when I sent it back for repair.

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Well I suppose it had to happen sooner or later .

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Originally Posted By: John Roberts
Target pistol grip with tighter curve, ramped rib. $2000 more than it should be. I would prefer this for half the price:
https://www.gunsinternational.com/guns-f...un_id=101506838
Probably more reliable and with better dynamics as well. No brainer...
JR


That is the route I went. 2 years ago picked up a 12 ga. 32 and had an adjustable comb cut and an ISIS recoil system installed. I am a high volume shooter and at one time would download the 12 to 7/8 oz. loads. Finally said the heck with that that is what a 20 ga. is for.



It has basically replaced my other target guns since I got it.

Liked it enough that I got a 30" 20 ga. also, I couldn't pass on that grade 4 wood.



May be a 16 ga. 32" in my future. Pacific Sporting Arms is great to deal with. When I talked to John about the 16 ga. he did mention that he could get me a 32" 16 ga. Perazzi but of course it would be an O/U and more than 5 figures.

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Originally Posted By: Cold Iron
I am a high volume shooter and at one time would download the 12 to 7/8 oz. loads. Finally said the heck with that that is what a 20 ga. is for.


Amen!

How have the single triggers been on yours? I would really like to be able to shoot one, before "taking the plunge", but that's not likely to happen.

SRH

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Originally Posted By: Stan

Amen!

How have the single triggers been on yours? I would really like to be able to shoot one, before "taking the plunge", but that's not likely to happen.

SRH

I thought you just tOok "the plunge"....

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