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Old 05-02-2023, 05:53 AM   #1
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Anyone have any experience with them? I’ve read they have some reliability issues but it looks like a fun gun assuming it works.

Working a 2nd job for a bit and looking at a new range toy to reward myself with afterwards.
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Not familiar with that particular one, but I will say from experience that exotic combat-type shotguns tend to be disappointing once you get over the "cool" factor.

There are some exceptions, but not very many.
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Get a Remington 780, they are proven effective.
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Benelli or Beretta. I have a Benelli Entry/CQB factory SBS that rocks. The Beretta's 1301 were not out back when I bought mine Benelli. Now that Beretta owns Benelli. The nice thing is mine still swings like a shotgun.
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Primary home defense or “I have some money to burn and this looks fun”? I personally tend to stick with weapons that are mainstream enough that parts and accessories are available. A new import of unique design could end up a replacement parts nightmare down the road.
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Primary home defense or “I have some money to burn and this looks fun”? I personally tend to stick with weapons that are mainstream enough that parts and accessories are available. A new import of unique design could end up a replacement parts nightmare down the road.
Definitely a fun gun, the only other considerations I have shotgun wise are the Beretta 1301 tactical if I go the HD route or A400 Extreme plus for hunting( son is really starting to be interested). Both are excellent from my understanding and realistically a better long term buy.

But the thought of something impractical is nice for once. Bullpups are fun rifle wise at least.
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Klauss, I'm an old conservative guy, I have a Remington 780 and a Mossberg 500 with the birdshead grip, they work very well, they have a proven track record in service, both military and police. A shotgun is a shotgun, no matter how fancy looking they are still they all do the same thing.
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Sometimes things get improved

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Hey, if you've already got a good defensive shotgun and you're just looking for some range bling, go for it. My favorite thing to do with a shotgun is step up to the clay pigeon thrower with my CZ 12ga Coach Gun. You have to get on them quick, but I can bust more clays than I miss with that thing. It serves no practical purpose what so ever, but it's one of my favorite guns.
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