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Old 09-08-2019, 10:26 AM
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Default Franchi Affinity, Beretta A300, Stoeger M3000

Anyone have experience with all of these? I know the A300 is very well liked. The Affinity is probably the most expensive while the Stoeger is the least expensive.
I don't shoot a lot but want a semi-auto shotgun. I have an 870 and a Weatherby O/U. The new gun would be for my 2 days of dove hunting and occasionally jump shooting ducks. I'm leaning toward the Franchi Affinity.
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Besides M3000 i tried all of them and a little more :-)
Sub #1K The best one was Rem V3 followed by A300 and Franchi. But the gap was significant between the V3 and the others.
Between A300 and Franchi i liked a300 a little bit more because the franchi's forend did not feel well in my hand. A300 has more conservative shape which i'm more used to.
Now let's the fun begin....

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Thanks, but I'm in the Fresno area.
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Besides M3000 i tried all of them and a little more :-)
Sub #1K The best one was Rem V3 followed by A300 and Franchi. But the gap was significant between the V3 and the others.
Between A300 and Franchi i liked a300 a little bit more because the franchi's forend did not feel well in my hand. A300 has more conservative shape which i'm more used to.
Now let's the fun begin....
Keep hearing how great the v3 is and would like to try it out sometime.
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I've got a couple of A300's. If you're in So Cal you're welcome to shoot one.
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I've got a couple of A300's. If you're in So Cal you're welcome to shoot one.
Thanks, but I'm in the Fresno area.
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I've got a couple of A300's. If you're in So Cal you're welcome to shoot one.
Another generous offer. Take him up if youíre in So-cal.
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I have an a300 and love it. I’ve shot all kinds of shotguns and go back to it. I wish they made one in 20 gauge. I think I might pick up a Franchi Affinity in 20 gauge. I was looking at the new camo Benelli Montefeltro but it’s $300 more.
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I’ve owned an A300, a M2000 and currently own two Affinity’s. IMO the Stoeger isn’t close to the other two in terms of quality. I sold the A300 because I just couldn’t shoot it well. I shoot both of my Affinity’s very well. In terms of quality I believe the Franchi and Beretta are the same. So you have to decide on fit(they are fairly different from each other) and gas vs inertia.
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OP, not on your original list, but I would add the Remington V3 and the Winchester SX3 to your list of considerations.

Not in the same league of finesse, but a brutally heavy duty albeit clunky shotguns to consider are the Mossberg 930 line. In particular, the 85213 and the 85141 of which I am a big fan of. In my mind, these two latter shotguns are the Hammer, while the others are sophisticated SUVs like Escalade and the like.

I know the Beretta A300 have plenty of fans and for good reasons, but the comparatively high price and the almost non existent options for magazine extension and a sparse aftermarket support is a turnoff to me.

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+1 for Remington V3

I bought one online for $649.99 in last December. I really like this gun. Reliable, easy to clean, soft recoil, handle light reload ammos well. I've been using this for sporting clays and 12ga skeet.
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I have the Franchi Affinity and Stoeger 3003
love them.
Franchi Is my Favorite, I have handled what the others have mentioned and do like the feel at all.
I am at the other end of the spectrum as far as the Remington goes.
a lot of people seem to like it, you could give me one but I would just sell it.
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One more thing i remember about Franchi, it has much lower comb than the other two. I have high cheekbones, so for me it was a no go since no amount of shims would compensate for so low drop of comb. I could not hit a wide side of a barn with it.
So, before you buy, try to actually shoot one.
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You really should try to see if you can shoot one or the other, or at least go and shoulder them (preferably at the same time/shop). If the gun doesnít fit you, you wonít shoot it well.
My field gun is a black A300. It will crush clays too!
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Sportsmans Warehouse sells all of them. I should be able to at least shoulder all 3 that I asked about and also the Remington and Winchester.
Thanks guys.
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I would easily go A300 of all those options, I think my A300 shoots softer than my A400 sometimes.
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I would easily go A300 of all those options, I think my A300 shoots softer than my A400 sometimes.
My buddy has an A400. When we shot them side by side (A300/A400) he was none too happy
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I would easily go A300 of all those options, I think my A300 shoots softer than my A400 sometimes.
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My buddy has an A400. When we shot them side by side (A300/A400) he was none too happy

Why dont you guys compare it to Rem V3?
This is a very old discussion, but none of you actually tried to shoot them side by side.
Nothing wrong with A300 but V3 is better. JMHO.

YSR, i think you have enough experience to make an educational comparison. I bet there are plenty of calgunners with V3 who will be willing to meet with you for a test drive.
Just try, you can do it!!!
You can even do a blindfolded test to see which one shoots softer.

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Why dont you guys compare it to Rem V3?
This is a very old discussion, but none of you actually tried to shoot them side by side.
Nothing wrong with A300 but V3 is better. JMHO.

YSR, i think you have enough experience to make an educational comparison. I bet there are plenty of calgunners with V3 who will be willing to meet with you for a test drive.
Just try, you can do it!!!
You can even do a blindfolded test to see which one shoots softer.
Sure, anybody in So Cal with a V3 want to meet up and do this?

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My buddy has an A400. When we shot them side by side (A300/A400) he was none too happy
I have the A300 and A400. Seriously.....itís not even close. The A400 shoots much softer than the A300. The A300 is a solid shotgun, but between the two, the A400 shoots like Ferrari compared to Ford - A400.
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I have the A300 and A400. Seriously.....itís not even close. The A400 shoots much softer than the A300. The A300 is a solid shotgun, but between the two, the A400 shoots like Ferrari compared to Ford - A400.
That wasn't our experiences shooting 1oz targets loads side by side. Are you in So Cal?
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I have the A300 and A400. Seriously.....it’s not even close. The A400 shoots much softer than the A300. The A300 is a solid shotgun, but between the two, the A400 shoots like Ferrari compared to Ford - A400.
which A400 do you have?
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I have the A300 and A400. Seriously.....itís not even close. The A400 shoots much softer than the A300. The A300 is a solid shotgun, but between the two, the A400 shoots like Ferrari compared to Ford - A400.
I had the a400 xplor model for a season and didnít like it. Not sure if it didnít fit me or what the deal was. It was a cheek slapper. A300 was easy and cheap to get set up.
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I had the a400 xplor model for a season and didnít like it. Not sure if it didnít fit me or what the deal was. It was a cheek slapper. A300 was easy and cheap to get set up.
I have the A400 xtreme plus, it's a bit more stiff than the Xcel sporting I've shot before but in a good way. Ko3 vs ko ......The xcel sporting I shot was springy and moved around on my shoulder, it was weird to me.
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V3 is one you gotta find they are All US made and possibly the best semi auto 3" gun out there.
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Shouldering alone isn't enough. Shoot them.
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Sportsman's Warehouse gets pissed when you shoot in the store.
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Sportsman's Warehouse gets pissed when you shoot in the store.
How do you know?
Actually it depends, if you do not miss, they cannot say anything.
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Franchi Affinity, Beretta A300, and Remington V3 comparison by a group of Calgunners would be awesome!!
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Ysr has A300s
Hamajun has V3 and i think he is in Socal as well
Anyone with Affinity? BTW, i think M2 is similar(never tried one)
Any other gun owners of this category interested?.
Lets do Calgun's comparison day for shotguns under $1k
Too bad i'm in NorCal
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Ysr has A300s
Hamajun has V3 and i think he is in Socal as well
Anyone with Affinity? BTW, i think M2 is similar(never tried one)
Any other gun owners of this category interested?.
Lets do Calgun's comparison day for shotguns under $1k
Too bad i'm in NorCal
Iím game, if the timing is right (between work & family). I have an A300 and am between Sacramento & Roseville. If anyone can get me a day off (paid preferably) Iíd be willing to drive a couple hours to a new/different range. Sorry, SoCal is out.
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Iím game, if the timing is right (between work & family). I have an A300 and am between Sacramento & Roseville. If anyone can get me a day off (paid preferably) Iíd be willing to drive a couple hours to a new/different range. Sorry, SoCal is out.
I have an a300, friend has a Franchi, and I may get the v3 this weekend. Iíd be down to shoot some trap in my neck of the woods on a Friday night. Bring ammo and you can try them out. Bring some snacks and sodas too - would be fun!

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I have an a300, friend has a Franchi, and I may get the v3 this weekend. Iíd be down to shoot some trap in my neck of the woods on a Friday night. Bring ammo and you can try them out. Bring some snacks and sodas too - would be fun!

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Sounds good. Maybe in a week or two.
If I buy the v3, it will have to be two weeks so I can bring it.
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I have an Benelli M2 which I love and today I went and checked out an Affinity 3 and that gun is very much set up the same way as the M2 ... the bolt is the same, the trigger assembly design is the same, the barrel even looks like nearly the same and the fit is exactly like my M2... only functional difference I can see is the inertia spring is up in the fore grip instead of back in the stock like the Benelli's... I'm a left hand shooter too so this affinity looks very exciting to me for upland hunting (since they offer a lefty model) ... it's super light for a 12 gauge and has a really nice balance. The inertia system is super simple as well so in my opinion less parts to maintain down the road. I would take a hard look at it if I were you... $699 at Sportsman's warehouse is a killer price for that gun.

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There is a guy in Sac area sell NIB V3 Camo for a killer price of $700( don't forget, you do not pay taxes which is additional $70 saving)
Personally, for hunting, especially waterfowl, I consider camos only because it helps protect the gun from the salty water i hunt in. For little extra you sefe your gun longer. Pays off in a long run.
For upland it is not that important.
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There is a guy in Sac area sell NIB V3 Camo for a killer price of $700( don't forget, you do not pay taxes which is additional $70 saving)
Personally, for hunting, especially waterfowl, I consider camos only because it helps protect the gun from the salty water i hunt in. For little extra you sefe your gun longer. Pays off in a long run.
For upland it is not that important.
yeah the Camo dip does protect against rust but after 3 or 4 years it will start to get some blemishes from use especially around the ejection port... you can always get it re-dipped when it gets really bad or just get a black synthetic gun and have it clear coated... if you were planning on the gun being a dual purpose gun then upland hunting with it might help the process along as far as the Camo dip coming off :P
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yeah the Camo dip does protect against rust but after 3 or 4 years it will start to get some blemishes from use especially around the ejection port... you can always get it re-dipped when it gets really bad or just get a black synthetic gun and have it clear coated... if you were planning on the gun being a dual purpose gun then upland hunting with it might help the process along as far as the Camo dip coming off :P
I consider any blemishes in the camo finish from use as an enhancement or refinement of the camo pattern. Blemishes from dropping it on the carpet excluded.
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I consider any blemishes in the camo finish from use as an enhancement or refinement of the camo pattern. Blemishes from dropping it on the carpet excluded.

added character ... I can see that but it does leave openings for corrosion so that has to be payed attention to if you hunt around salt.
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There is a guy in Sac area sell NIB V3 Camo for a killer price of $700( don't forget, you do not pay taxes which is additional $70 saving)
Personally, for hunting, especially waterfowl, I consider camos only because it helps protect the gun from the salty water i hunt in. For little extra you sefe your gun longer. Pays off in a long run.
For upland it is not that important.

I sent him a PM. Buying it this weekend if the sale of two of my pump guns happens this Friday.
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+1 on the Affinity. I own the Intensity (slightly larger 3.5” chambered gun) in 12 gauge, and I love it for duck and dove hunting. For a 20 gauge auto loader, the Affinity I on my list of possibilities.
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