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Laurona Shotguns?

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Got the chance of picking up a decent Laurona over and under with 3" chamber that fits for a decent price.  Now I don't know much about them, are they any good?  Or should I think of something better?

Cheers Luke

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If it fits and is cheap enough go for it, just bear in mind you can't get spares for them now.

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I had a Laurona Eibar 12g that I shot in the field for many years, I found it really reliable and didn't have any issues, Laurona as you know is a Spanish made gun and is well respected by many, they are not a very expensive unit but I'm lead to beleive they do actually make some nice top line side plates, but I have yet to see one.

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I had one for a few years it was a great gun and had no issues with it, very nice looking too. It could fire the second barrel on the same trigger too so diddnt need to put my finger on the other trigger for the second shot. 

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20 hours ago, tomburras said:

I had one for a few years it was a great gun and had no issues with it, very nice looking too. It could fire the second barrel on the same trigger too so diddnt need to put my finger on the other trigger for the second shot. 

True that . let the first barrel off with snap caps in. Give it a bump on the butt pad and same trigger will release the other barrel. Very well made guns for the money.

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I have one. A 3"magnum  28" multi-choke o/u. with single selective trigger.

There is a gun shop in Spain ( I found after lots of Googling and emails) who bought all the spares when manufacturer went bust who sent me a spares list and diagram for mine. 

Did all that I asked of it (without slapping the butt 😉) have not used it since I got my Winchester SX3. 

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I had two many years ago and my entry into o/u guns and clay shooting.  I found them to be totally reliable.

Phil

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52 minutes ago, lllluke1 said:

The one I was after had gone, so I came away with a Yildiz instead

Yilditz have improved the standard of their guns in recent years by a huge amount and now offering some decent guns for the money.  Hope you enjoy it.

Phil

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