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Hey all, Ive been looking in Shotgun News, and I see some Lamber shotguns for a real good price. Does anyone own one? Use one? Any info on these shotguns would be great, good or bad.

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Do you mean the Lanber? The Sporting Clays model seemed to be made quite well. Can't remember the exact model number now. The rest of the line that I have seen were not impressive for the worksmanship or quality, but seem to be in the same catagory as the Baikal.
 

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I was looking for a $600.00 and under 20 ga. O/U.I looked at Bakial"Russian",Lamber"Spainish",and Stoeger"Brazilian".The Lamber has a better fit and finish than the Bakial.I went and got opions at shotgunworld and did a search for some trap shooting sites with boards.I feel a trap shooter will put 5,000 rounds a year thru a shotgun and not blink twice about it.They will know faster than anyones else how well a gun holds up to alot of shooting.A few other sub $600.00 recomdenations came up.Selma brand,Luger brand and a few more.A good used Ruger is a maybe??I ended up buying a Stoeger Condor Superme for $500.00.Its made buy a firm in Brazil "Boitio"or E.R. Amantino.I had a Kmart Boitio 12 ga. O/U that I bought in 1977 and beat the S":" out of it for 4 years until I needed money when I got laidoff in 1980 and sold it.Also one of the websites I came across talked about how 3 of the trap shooter on a kids squad had Stoeger Condors and they have held up very well.Just my .02 and as always for give my spelling.Aldo
 
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