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Written on: 21/01/2014 by notreally123 (1 review written)
I bought a Miroku mk38 trap 32" 6 years ago, and had a mk38 sporter stock fitted to it by Browning when purchased it. Still going strong great gun shot some good scores with it at English sporting into AA class. Would strongly recommend. Fitted a wegu recoil pad which helps a lot. I believe that these guns are great value for money. balances on the hinge pin well not to much weight forward. the Miroku mk38 sporter Teague m/choke has to much muzzle weight for me to shoot well with. Down side is… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/11/2012 by JackQld (1 review written)
Picked this up and just felt great. Very balanced, Pointability excellent and a real tidy unit for not alot of money. Patterns brilliantly and hits the targets the same. Tried it in Olympic Trap and have now ditched my beloved Beretta 682 Gold E . Just smooth and crisp. Recoil is slighly higher than the Beretta however nothing you would worry about. Highly recommend it to anyone particularly a new shooter entering the market… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/02/2009
I had the comb dropped 5mm because i was seeing to much rib & it was spanking my face. Now it is a peach to shoot.
IMHO the Miroku Mk38 is the best trap gun out there for the money bar none… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/01/2009 by chrisclynch (1 review written)
Good value,mounts well,shoots where your looking,breaks the clay well.I achieved a dramitic improvement immediately,shot a straight 25 on the ball trap,I can only go one way now,down MK 38 Gd 5/32" trap. I have found a gun which says and does exactely what is on the label. Nice quality and looks good. Why dont the manufacturers supply gunslips with their guns, sporting the product name ? missed opportunity to promote their product in my book. They could at least reduce price if slip not… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/07/2008
You may not like it first few times you fire the damned thing but eventually you will grow to love it. You could spend a load more money and get something a lot worse. Grade 5 is nice but not really required - this is the one I have. Probably not the best Trap gun, but for the money you cant really complain… Read Full Review
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