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Written on: 03/11/2009
I got my Medallist when I first to up clay shooting, from International Firearms, this is a excellent gun well built and tough, had my gun nearly 18 years, shot hundreds of thousands of shells, never let me down mine is 30in multichoke sporter. I look forwards to one day handing down this gun to my son. My other Gun is a beretta 682 gold but I shoot better with my Medallist… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/08/2009
I bought the browning medallist second hand when i first started shooting, which is perfect considering its value for money. Plus the name makes it sound possibly better than it is.
After starting to shoot a lot this gun isn't really up to the job. I had a decent recoil pad fitted but it still kicked like a pig. Traded it in and bought a brand new Berreta Silver Pigeon 3, which is a perfect gun and not too overpriced.
I'd say buy this gun if you're starting and not intending to shoot to… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/03/2009 by Peter May (18 reviews written)
Bought a Browning Medallist new & it started falling to bits after about 100 cartridges, first the cocking spur came off repeatedly & then out came the bottom ejector with the cartridge. Now shoot a trouble free Beretta… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/12/2007
Inexpensive overall reliable easy maintenance shotgun just keep light smear of oil on blacking have owned mine fore ten years still looks reasonably new… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/11/2006 by davo1751 (1 review written)
I started clay shooting a year ago with a Rizzini 12g sideplate sporter with 28 barrels It was a heavy gun and had firing problems due to weak firing pins. I had double discharge with a second rizzini so with my confidence at an all time low, I decided to change. I picked up a secondhand browning medallist with 30" barrels in good condition from Swillington and on first use I beat my all time best. The gun is perfectly balanced, a good weight for all round shooting and a good finish one would… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/04/2005 by Judge686 (1 review written)
I've used the Medallist for about 3 years now, it's a brilliant gun and even though its at the bottom end of the Browning range, I've found it to do everything I ask of it. I use it for clay shooting, game shooting and rough shooting. Its a good gun for using all day as it is very light (I'm sure how much it weighs though), the only bad point is the ejectors. The cartridges tend to stick and before I had them fixed, the cartridges used to slip behind them. However, this is a great gun and is… Read Full Review
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