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  1. #61
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    thats sad that you were intimidated when wanting to get into the sport.
    i think back to the days of the fellows at the bow shop in waterloo, the excalibur guys and the awesome dudes at shooters choice. they taught me alot about the equipment and the sport. I asked a ton of stupid questions and they answered with grace.

    newbie if someone behind the counter is giving you guff, take your cash somewhere else. there's quite a few smaller stores that are happy to help you out. just dont show up during the beginning of hunting season... i wouldn't blame anyone behind the counter for being snappy during that crazy rush...

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    Iím going to be very opinionated here. Buy yourself a Beretta! Will last you a lifetime. Especially if you can find yourself a 303, 390 or 391 in excellent condition. Either 12 or 20. You can shoot all game . Check out the websites, Epps, GAGNON, Accuracy Plus, Eliís . You will find yourself a excellent quality Beretta for a decent price that will last you for as long as you live!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank16 View Post
    I’m going to be very opinionated here. Buy yourself a Beretta! Will last you a lifetime. Especially if you can find yourself a 303, 390 or 391 in excellent condition. Either 12 or 20. You can shoot all game . Check out the websites, Epps, GAGNON, Accuracy Plus, Eli’s . You will find yourself a excellent quality Beretta for a decent price that will last you for as long as you live!
    As long as it fits him, that is what he is looking for, gun fit advise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mauro View Post
    I bought a remington 870 a few years ago and while i was shooting trap my magazine cap came loose and the next few shots broke my ejector spring. Technically it was my fault for not tightening the magazine cap but Remington covered it under warranty anyway. I was a happy customer after that and my next purchase was a 597 instead of the Rugerr 10/22. The warranty process did take about 2 monthes to complete though.
    Scary shyte, lucky that's all that broke on your 870. My slug gun 870 magazine cap gets more than hand tightened for that very reason...

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    Quote Originally Posted by canadaman30 View Post
    Scary shyte, lucky that's all that broke on your 870. My slug gun 870 magazine cap gets more than hand tightened for that very reason...
    Odd....I’ve either fired or seen thousands of rounds fired out of 870’s over the years, I’ve never seen a mag cap come loose.....operator error ?????

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    Quote Originally Posted by rick_iles View Post
    Odd....I’ve either fired or seen thousands of rounds fired out of 870’s over the years, I’ve never seen a mag cap come loose.....operator error ?????
    Possibly human error, but I not a fan of hand tight on the cap.

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    Yea like I said it was my own fault. I cleaned it the week before and didnít tighten it down all the way. I may have been distracted with something else while putting it back together
    I make it a point to check it every time I use my 870 now!


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