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390 vs 391.

Old 05-24-2004, 09:36 PM
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Default 390 vs 391.

I was in Wally World this evening picking up some ear plugs. I remembered reading in another post that Walmart had the 390 for sale way cheap, so I looked over the revolving gun rack and there was a 12 gauge 390 for 498. The fine print on the sales tag indicated that this gun went on sale in 2003. I got a hankerin' to get an autoloader, but I'd like to know a little more about the 390, like what a 391 got that a 390 ain't (other than the 1).

Any info. on the 390 is appreciated. I've never bought a gun from Sam before, not sure if I want to start.
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Old 05-24-2004, 10:52 PM
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Default RE: 390 vs 391.

i actually considered getting that 390... i love the 391 my friend has, but i heard that the 390 is just a lower quality gun than the 391... not sure how much there is to this though... i am curious to read these posts
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Old 05-26-2004, 08:15 PM
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Default RE: 390 vs 391.

The Beretta 390 is an excellent field gun. I bought one last year and have shot many a rooster with it since. It swings and points well, cleans easily (not as easy as a Benelli) and just plain shoots great. I wouldn't say that it is a lower quality version of the 391, just not as new and doesn't have as many bells & whistles. You can't go wrong with this gun IMHO.
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