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Ok I've decided I wanted a left-handed shotgun, but that really limits the guns to choose from. I really dont want to spend more than $600, so could some of you guys give me some sugguestion on a good left-handed shotgun??? I'm mostly gonna use it for duck hunting.

 

[ 10-03-2006, 09:44 PM: Message edited by: Billy Budweiser ]

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I have a BPS 10 ga. and a Remington LH 11-87 12ga. Both are good guns, the BPS has a top gang safety. I had to sent it back to the factory for an ejection problem, I had the gun back in about 2 months and everything works great! The 11-87 is a good gun as well, you just need to be careful what type of lube you use on it in cold weather. Like I said, both guns are good.... but the Benelli is the best. I steped up to a LH SBE from a 11-87, it is worth time to save a little longer for a Benelli.

Also, if you only plan to shoot 3" shells the M2 or Monti. can be had in LH, with $3-500 nocked off the price tag.

Good luck

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It's out of your budget, but my LH SBEII is the best friggin shotgun I've ever had.

Poured water out of it today and dumped a pair of greenwings to top off my limit.

 

I think I'll hang it up on the mantle for a few weeks before I clean and lube it.

 

NOT!

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That new remington semi-auto loads and ejects via the bottom, but it costs as much as an SBEII.

But, next year, after no one's bought them, they should be cheaper :D

 

Billy Bud,

Seriously. The BPS is about as well as you're going to do for that kind of change.

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I would save my money a little longer and buy a Bennelli. Right now gunshops are giving around $600-$650 for a used M2 and are turning around and asking $700-$800 for them so there is room for dickering on the price. Finding a used left-handed Benelli might be kinda tough but all Benelli's have a reversable safety so you could switch it for left-handed use. Between the 870 and BPS, I would choose the 870, its a simplier design that can be stripped down to clean by the average person(Browning recomends that the action on a BPS be taken apart only by a gunsmith)and there are more options avaliable for them and the factory accesories are cheaper.

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Cynergy Sporting. It's a great O/U that will work perfectly for what you want to shoot and is under your budget right now. It has a neutral stock and since it's an O/U, being left handed doesn't slow you down at all.

For less I would suggest the BPS Trap. Yes, it's called a Trap gun, but it will work just fine at the other games. The beauty is that it has the bottom load/eject and only costs about $650. I have one of those too and it looks and works good.

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