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Why Doesn't Benelli Make A Left Hand 20ga


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I just picked up my M-2 Left-hand a few weeks ago. I would buy a left-hand 20 ga in an instant, but the volume is just not there. Most lefties are content to just use the right-hand version if they want a light weight 20 ga.

As I near retirement, I have learned that life is too short to drink cheap beer(thanks, Warstiner!) and life is too short to shoot guns you aren't happy with. That is why I have traded several guns lately to get the ones I wanted in the first place. I now have 11 left-hand long guns, and at least three that qualify as ambidextrous. If the 12-15% of the population that is left-handed would demand left-handed guns, then maybe the market would respond. Until then, we will have to be happy with what the manufacturers feel like sending us.

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rehh, my take on this follows the same reasoning benelli doesn't make a 10gauge SBE2....they would only sell one each of them! I'd buy the 10 and you'd buy the 20 lefty! ;)

 

seriously, the only 20 gauge lefty (autoloader) I know of right now is the NEW Remington 1100-G3, looks like a nice little gun if you are one of those guys who use the wrong hand! :)

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10Gauge - I read your last post about a 20 ga Remington and checked the Remington web site. The only left-hand 1100 G3 shown is in 12 ga. I know Remington did make a true left-hand 20 ga years ago, but they are scarce and I have not seen one. I will check the site again and hopefully find the left-hand 20 ga. Remington stocks don't fit me very well, but if I can get a true left-hand 20 ga, I will make the sacrifice!

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10Gauge - I read your last post about a 20 ga Remington and checked the Remington web site. The only left-hand 1100 G3 shown is in 12 ga. I know Remington did make a true left-hand 20 ga years ago, but they are scarce and I have not seen one. I will check the site again and hopefully find the left-hand 20 ga. Remington stocks don't fit me very well, but if I can get a true left-hand 20 ga, I will make the sacrifice!

 

USAF,

 

here's the remington link....says the 1100 G3 "lefty" is available in both 12 & 20....read slowly ;)

 

http://www.remington.com/products/firearms/shotguns/model_1100/model_1100_G3.asp

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