Joined: 06 Nov 2009
Location: West Coast of WI
Hard to say. Most hunters like myself have barely started to use theirs in the field.
_________________ What friends I have, what days I treasure most, what places that I think about and smile . . . they are because shotguns are. Without them I would have been empty. They have made my life full. - Gene Hill
You have to know the market and where to look. I hope you don't expect to find a high condition Sweet 16 at the local gun store for a reasonable price. They are not there, at least not for more than an hour. I mistook your post for one that is asking about a "Real" Sweet 16.
Joined: 13 May 2007
Location: Kenosha, WI
I don't care for either the old or the new Sweet 16 by model moniker. I can't hit crap with either, they just don't fit me right, and I'm sure that I've developed some bias based upon mediocre results with both. My REAL Sweet 16 is a Gran Lightning, I don't miss much with it.
Sweet it seems is much like beauty, it's all subjective.
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