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Discussion in 'Shooting - Reloading Forum' started by possumfoot, Nov 30, 2017.
I think the 303 came first....
Well, you can make your own evaluation, he videotaped shooting it. It didn't function with anything except 9/8 loads I think, so IMO that's a total no-go.
I sure would like to find a $200 model 12 at a Cabelas or any where else
are you naive enough to think that is what i ment?
Not being clairvoyant, I only know what you stated.
I do know what the Breda advertising would like for all of us to believe.
And it's misleading at best.
It's easy to see why so many Slush-Box Inertia type guns are on the market but I can't figure out WHY they are charging so much for them ?
The design is so simple and with ALL the plastic parts , even Benelli should be ashamed of themselves screwing the American Shooter ,
If you fall for these B guns ? Wonder if they shoot outrageously HIGH and Wide too ?
I did not see the low rib option, can you help me find that one? Also are the barrels interchangeable with the SBE's?
barrels are not. barrel stud is in a different spot. low rib is 26 in barrel only.
Dang on them not interchangeable. Wish they offered a 24"
Given his proclivity for "creative editing" w/o acknowledgement thereof, IMO his work is suspect, at best. He's done total flip-flops on shotgun evaluations before as well as been discovered publishing contradictory and/or false statements which firmly places his opinions in the same realm as Oklahoma weather and/or Washington D. C. ethics.