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They are lovely, not something I need though, still shooting my old Beretta's!

 

Best of both worlds, built on a B725 action with a B525 trigger.

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2 minutes ago, TIGHTCHOKE said:

They are lovely, not something I need though, still shooting my old Beretta's!

 

Best of both worlds, built on a B725 action with a B525 trigger.

It’s not about needles it’s about wanting 😂🤔😊

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If you like the mk11 but the price is a bit strong for your budget, the miroku mk game is a good alternative option. Similar sort of specs apart from the side plate and it's not the 725 action. I picked up a 32" 20 bore mk game and its been a fantastic piece of kit.

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59 minutes ago, Centrepin said:

Even my wife said it was a thing of beauty was she saw Johhny reviewing it. She likes watching Johnny's videos🙄

Can't see me affording it, I'll stick with the MK38 

Same here, I’m sticking with my Mk38. I can’t afford to buy one, even I my RAF wages😂

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Hello,  I remember one of our members of the clay shoot in the 1980s buying a Miroku , the quality of manufacture have always been their forte , I am sure there a still guns of that era being used today,  you have to admire the sheer beauty of that engraving on this new model MK 11

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51 minutes ago, reindeer said:

I would choose either a true sidelock or a true boxlock and not an inbetween like this. To me the High Pheasant models are much more appealing. 

This. Not a fan of sidelocks to be honest. 

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6 hours ago, oldypigeonpopper said:

Hello,  I remember one of our members of the clay shoot in the 1980s buying a Miroku , the quality of manufacture have always been their forte , I am sure there a still guns of that era being used today,  you have to admire the sheer beauty of that engraving on this new model MK 11

The m11 is not my cup of tea, bit over top for me, much prefer my Miroku 800SW sporting bought new in 1975/6 had thousands of cartridges through it and still tight, my go to gun.

As you say the old Miroku build quality was excellent.

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32 minutes ago, old'un said:

The m11 is not my cup of tea, bit over top for me, much prefer my Miroku 800SW sporting bought new in 1975/6 had thousands of cartridges through it and still tight, my go to gun.

As you say the old Miroku build quality was excellent.

Hello, yes I agree, the only thing that puts me off a Miroku is the weight, I need max at 6.5 llb

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