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OK, so I'm trying to decide which barrel to order. I really like the thought of the heavy barrel... Something about weight = quality... I live in Michigan and will be using this as a swamp/thick woods gun for below the rifle line... Probably a ground blind or natural blind... I'm a pretty hefty guy so the carrying weight. I have heard the accuracy is a wash between the two... Which one would you guys get? NOT BOTH please...

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Chad
 

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I have a 12 ga tracker II and a 20 ga ultra. Both are plenty accurate enough for deer hunting. With the Tracker II you are limited to iron sites. They're not tapped for scope. The ultra is tapped, no sights. That, to me would be a major factor in the decision.
 

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Our scoped Tracker II's in 20 ga. Accurate and lightweight to boot. To us it is the best of both worlds. I had a 12 ga.USH and for my tastes it was too heavy, accurate yes but heavy also. Hard to shoot well in an elevated stand for me without a rest aim.

We have since had and gave to family 2 other Trackers II's in 20 ga. that were drilled and tapped and use Winchester Partition Gold 3" sabot slugs with great success ballistics are almost equal to some 12 ga. sabot slugs.
 

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Thanks guys, I'm gonna get the Tracker 2 barrel and get it tapped... Does anyone know if H&R will do it when I order it?

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Chad
 
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