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Topic: Lanber 2009 LCH Super - 6lbs, Any reviews< Next Oldest | Next Newest >
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I have an opportunity to buy a Lanber 2009 LCH Super, 12 gauge, weird choke set up, top is fixed bottom is like a win choke system. The tag on the gun says 6lbs.

I can get it pretty low, but wonder if anyone has any reviews?

Two thoughts on buying this gun, if it really is 6lbs it would make a nice starter gun for my son at some point, or if the price is really good and the quality good, I would sell it back to my RGS chapter as a banquet gun.

Thanks for any insight, junk or a decent workman like gun?


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Ask Medema, he used to handle Lanber's for Wingshooters years back.
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I will give you a call.

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