Here’s an interesting idea: Take a 12 gauge Browning BSS Sporter, and add a set of 30″ barrels from Browning’s regular model. The results look like they would make a great target gun, and I’m sure it would be just as nice in a duck blind or a pheasant field. Considering all the work done to it, the price seems very fair, too.
Browning BSS Custom by Art Isaacson with 30″ barrels: On an English Sporter frame. Art took the barrels from a high-gloss pistol-gripped 30″ target model and expertly fit them to a single-selective triggered English stocked Sporter BSS. Semi Beavertail forend. One handling mark on stock (small dimple). Uncut stock fitted with a Browning Sporter hard rubber buttpad, 5/8″ thick. LOP is 14 1/2″, DAC is 1 5/8″, DAH is 2 1/2″. With 7 custom fitted thin-wall Briley chokes (2-SK1, IC, LT MOD, MOD, IMOD, Full). This is a one-of-a-kind Art Issacson original. The gun is 99%, tight as new. It was set up to be a classic SxS Sporting Clays gun. Price: $2300