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    Quote Originally Posted by MikePal View Post
    Really Jaycee...stooping to spell checking posts now ..HaHa...
    Ha, Ha, !No not stooping , it just didn't make any sense!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SkyHawk View Post
    It is an 870. You are a mind reader... Ok. I'll be mindful about putting it in backwards, thanks for tip.
    i just put a plug in my 870 yesterday really easy to do. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ARlaIdLNTw

    make sure you dont push to down to much after you put the plug in. theres another latch when you use the screwdriver that tightens the spring even more further down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fox View Post
    What find of shotgun is it? Many already have the plug in it, an easy way to check is to try to put 3 2 3/4in shells into the magazine, if you can then it is not plugged.

    The safety course is just that, a safety course. The infractions and penalties change as much as the regulations, just noting that people need to be on top of the regulations should be enough.
    Here is one for you Fox: I found it interesting that when I picked up a bolt action .410 at a gun show. The vendor said something about the magazine holding 3 shells. I later discovered that he was correct. The kicker was that the gun was design such that 3rd round is chambered from the magazine. You could not slide a round into the chamber and than place three shells in the magazine, because in order to close the bolt it takes the 3rd shell in the magazine to load it into the chamber. You cannot depress three shell down into the magazine so the bolt can move over them. You can only depress shell so the bolt can move over them if there are only two in the magazine. Are C.O.’s aware of the mechanics of this action? One would hope so.

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    Last edited by Gun Nut; August 26th, 2019 at 01:57 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gun Nut View Post
    Here is one for you Fox: I found it interesting that when I picked up a bolt action .410 at a gun show. The vendor said something about the magazine holding 3 shells. I later discovered that he was correct. The kicker was that the gun was design such that 3rd round is chambered from the magazine. You could not slide a round into the chamber and than place three shells in the magazine, because in order to close the bolt it takes the 3rd shell in the magazine to load it into the chamber. You cannot depress three shell down into the magazine so the bolt can move over them. You can only depress shell so the bolt can move over them if there are only two in the magazine. Are C.O.’s aware of the mechanics of this action? One would hope so.

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    It is 3 rounds in total, if the action of the gun was so that you can put 3 in the mag but not one in the chamber at the same time then you meet the requirements, I do not see how they would or could go after you for that.

    The Winchester 1887 lever action shotgun, the new ones made by Norinco. They have the ability to put 2 in the magazine, 1 in the chamber and sit 1 on the elevator. I do not know what a CO would say about this unless he watched you shoot 4 rounds at a flock or watched you unload 4 rounds from your gun as the 1 on the elevator is not how the gun is intended to be used.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fox View Post
    It is 3 rounds in total, if the action of the gun was so that you can put 3 in the mag but not one in the chamber at the same time then you meet the requirements, I do not see how they would or could go after you for that.

    The Winchester 1887 lever action shotgun, the new ones made by Norinco. They have the ability to put 2 in the magazine, 1 in the chamber and sit 1 on the elevator. I do not know what a CO would say about this unless he watched you shoot 4 rounds at a flock or watched you unload 4 rounds from your gun as the 1 on the elevator is not how the gun is intended to be used.
    There's several semi-autos that this can be done with as well. Some call it 'ghosting' or 'floating' a 4th... not a good practice while hunting.

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    Last edited by Sprite; August 28th, 2019 at 08:44 AM.
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