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  • Re: Post your Favorite Guns!

    Originally posted by retro View Post
    Whats the pump on the left a Mossberg 500?
    You called it.....you can get those in two size barrels (you looking at the short barrel) if you shop around....I bought this one over 15 years ago. I know the military still uses them and they are very good shotguns, however nothing comes close to the smooth pump action of the Winchester 1300.
    B0zkurt Hunter

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    • Re: Post your Favorite Guns!

      I prefer my semiautomatic belgian browning 12 gage. boom boom bom boom boom
      Originally posted by Eddo211 View Post
      You called it.....you can get those in two size barrels (you looking at the short barrel) if you shop around....I bought this one over 15 years ago. I know the military still uses them and they are very good shotguns, however nothing comes close to the smooth pump action of the Winchester 1300.
      Hayastan or Bust.

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      • Re: Post your Favorite Guns!

        Originally posted by Haykakan View Post
        I prefer my semiautomatic belgian browning 12 gage. boom boom bom boom boom
        Semi autos are good, I use to have one......however from my experience it seemed that with bird shots/target loads there wasn't enough gas pressure to cycle the action properly causing jam/missfeed.
        It worked flawlessly when fired with higher load shells which pack more gun powder.
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        • Re: Post your Favorite Guns!

          Been using it for deer hunting so have not had that problem.
          Originally posted by Eddo211 View Post
          Semi autos are good, I use to have one......however from my experience it seemed that with bird shots/target loads there wasn't enough gas pressure to cycle the action properly causing jam/missfeed.
          It worked flawlessly when fired with higher load shells which pack more gun powder.
          Hayastan or Bust.

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          • Re: Post your Favorite Guns!

            If you are chasing a deer then you must be using at least 00 Buck shots which are very powerful (btw, great for home defense).

            Here is a comparission:

            Buck shots




            Compared to target loads/small bird shots like quails.



            This photo shows the number of pellets in different shells however it doesn't show te amount of gun powder used in each one.....the amount of power increases as the pellet sizes increase...ad in case of a auto creating the needed gas pressure for the bolt to be forced back enough to reload.

            Haykakan buy some target loads and cycle them through you smi auto shotgun....if no jams you got yourself real good auto.


            B0zkurt Hunter

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            • Re: Post your Favorite Guns!

              Originally posted by Eddo211 View Post
              Semi autos are good, I use to have one......however from my experience it seemed that with bird shots/target loads there wasn't enough gas pressure to cycle the action properly causing jam/missfeed.
              It worked flawlessly when fired with higher load shells which pack more gun powder.
              I have the exact opposite experience.
              My Remington pump action used to jam often. I sold it and moved to semiautos; flawless shooting since then.
              "Those who beat their swords into ploughshares will plough for those who didn't"

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              • Re: Post your Favorite Guns!

                Originally posted by ZORAVAR View Post
                I have the exact opposite experience.
                My Remington pump action used to jam often. I sold it and moved to semiautos; flawless shooting since then.
                Which model Remington did you had ZORAVAR.....some models (870, 1100) are known for jamming, this is why many stick to Mossberg and Winchester pumps.

                I loved my semi auto but I was hurting bad back then for a while so I had no choice but sell it....I still regret it.
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                • Re: Post your Favorite Guns!

                  I had the 870. Yes, you are right, the Remington models you mentioned are known to be problematic.
                  "Those who beat their swords into ploughshares will plough for those who didn't"

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                  • Re: Post your Favorite Guns!

                    I dont know anyone who uses buckshots. People around here including myself use sluggs for deer hunting..
                    Originally posted by Eddo211 View Post
                    If you are chasing a deer then you must be using at least 00 Buck shots which are very powerful (btw, great for home defense).

                    Here is a comparission:

                    Buck shots




                    Compared to target loads/small bird shots like quails.



                    This photo shows the number of pellets in different shells however it doesn't show te amount of gun powder used in each one.....the amount of power increases as the pellet sizes increase...ad in case of a auto creating the needed gas pressure for the bolt to be forced back enough to reload.

                    Haykakan buy some target loads and cycle them through you smi auto shotgun....if no jams you got yourself real good auto.


                    Hayastan or Bust.

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                    • Re: Post your Favorite Guns!

                      Originally posted by Haykakan View Post
                      I dont know anyone who uses buckshots. People around here including myself use sluggs for deer hunting..
                      What you say makes sense....I don't hunt big games but I would think that a slug will give you the extra range you might need (up to 100 yards) and a good blood trail compared to a Buck 00 where anything beyond 50 yards its useless and does not leave a good blood trail either.

                      Haykakan how about showing us pictures of your Marlin.
                      B0zkurt Hunter

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