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Matt,

 

Be aware that the 3.5” may not be needed any longer due to hybrid shot shells.

 

http://www.hevishot.com/

 

http://www.bismuth-notox.com/

 

http://www.kentgamebore.com/

 

http://www.federalcartridge.com/default.asp?menu=1&s1=3&s2=1&sec=1

 

Therefore, you can look at SBEII, M2, Cordoba or Sport2.

 

Only you can decide which gun feels more balanced and allows you to quickly sight in on the target.

 

Sorry, but any of the choices listed above will suit your needs.

 

Regard threeshot

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You might consider "reduced recoil" or perhaps "light" field loads (used to be callled low brass) for your first experience with a 12ga shotgun. 150lbs is plenty of beef to take normal recoil, but since you have no idea what to expect it might not be a bad idea to start light. 12 gauge is extremely versatile ... great choice. You can shoot everything from real light stuff to skeet, trap, haymaker goose & turkey loads, and effective deer slugs too. Great gun, great gauge, GOOD LUCK!!!

 

Butch

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