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They are a decent, very stout gun, better built, and nicer looking than the Stoeger.
However, I still want a 12 gauge for all other purposes, such as skeet shooting.How common are they, and what is an approximate price range for a decent used one? The other day, at a Sporting Clays tournament, I used my regular 32" 12 Gauge for the main event, but I also used a 28 Gauge O/U bird gun and a double trigger 20 Gauge side-by-side for subgauge and side-by-side events.A good Fox B will cost almost as much as a new Bobwhite. The double trigger gave me no trouble, even though I seldom use double trigger guns and at the moment, it's the only one I own. Do note that a good side-by-side costs more than you're looking to pay. Side-by-sides are the most expensive common configurations, to build. Do what you will, but be aware of what you're trying to do.The Uplander Supreme also has a single trigger and has 28" barrels (I'm not going to complain over 2" difference---as long as it's not 26"), but I'm not sure that the slightly increased quality of the Supreme is really worth the increased price to me, considering that I'm not purchasing this gun as a showpiece but as a sturdy, reliable gun.The only thing that I find more appealing about the Supreme is that it is offered in a 12/20 gauge combo set and still has a single trigger.