Remington disappointment.

metalworx

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I only ever had minor issues with my 2nd supermagnum, which was a Remington replacement for my first supermagnum that broke parts on a very regular basis. Night and day difference between the two. Really hated to retire mine but decided it was probably best that I did
 

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by sounds of what most of you said I’ll probably sell it as a parts gun and recoup my money. I only bought it for $250 since it was 50% off but I thought it would at least make it a season. I have an 870 super magnum I’ve used for 20 plus years without a hiccup. Quality has definitely declined over the years. Any recommendations for a semi 20 ga for my 9 year old daughter? Light on weight and recoil is a must. Looking at the most of 1k to spend.
Franchi you will not regret it.
 

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I have always been a browning man but had to go with Beretta since Browning does not make a 28. I am looking at the new Benelli SBE III in28 for a 3” gun. It would be hard for me to return to anything larger than 28. My son gave a a Browning A5 in 20 gauge last year and that would be my next choice if 28 shells become unavailable.
 

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An A400 in 20 gauge would bust his budget. I may reget Benelli 28 over the Beretta 28 but I will have them both. Trade off the lessor of two evils.
 

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No no no…… I have two, one from ‘87 and one from ‘89 and they are both awesome guns.
Most of the bad ones I hear or were of late 90's to about 2010. Along with the notorious 870 express.
 

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