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So, I've shot a 12-gauge pump my entire life and I'm getting ready to add an autoloader to my small collection. It will be used primarily for pheasant, chukar, grouse and clay pigeons. I'm looking for something reliable in cold weather and fairly easy to clean (if that's possible???). Low recoil and not too heavy would be next on my priority list.

From what I've been able find, the Benelli SBE II and Beretta Xtrema 2 seem like they might fit the bill.

Any thoughts from those of you that own either of these two guns (or have a lot of autoloader experience in general) would be much appreciated.

Also, are there any shooting ranges or anywhere that would have these guns available to shoot so I can experience them firsthand before making a decision?
 

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Thanks for the info. I'll look a little closer at the Browning and Winchester you recommend.

No, a 3" will be plenty big for my needs.

How is the Xtrema 2 for recoil? I know they advertise it as being very low recoil.
 
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