Remington V3

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  1. JP

    JP Elite Refuge Member

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    I seriously doubt you and the truth have ever crossed paths.
     
  2. Trevor Shannahan

    Trevor Shannahan Elite Refuge Member

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    100% of the time. Quit kidding yourself :grvn
     
  3. Trevor Shannahan

    Trevor Shannahan Elite Refuge Member

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    Rust just adds character. That’s why I don’t use camo guns, only black guns. My gun is known to me and all around me as “Trusty Rusty”
     
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    Rust alone cannot add character to someone possessing none of such, in the first place.
     
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    I don't call rusty springs character. I was lazy and neglectful like you about 25-30 years ago and let 1 gun rust away. No thanks, never again. I hunted the salt around 20 days last season with my wood/blued 1100 .410 and it doesn't have any rust because I'm not lazy and take care of my guns. After 7 years of hunting saltwater I took my Beretta 3901 (a gun I bought used) to a gun smith to change a weak spring in the trigger mech. He Couldn't believe it had ever been in the salt.

    It's not hard to clean a gun. IMO never cleaning one or letting it rust away shows lack of respect for things. Kind of like a spoiled child would have.
     
  7. Trevor Shannahan

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    My Benelli is 7 years old now and gets hunted on salt water basically every day of the season. It’s rusted up and has been cleaned once in its lifetime. Hasn’t missed a beat. Call it lazy, but I say if it’s not broke, don’t fix it. Guns are cheap. If I can’t fix it when it breaks, I’ll just buy a new one. I’m in no way spoiled, but you keep having your antiquated opinions :tu
     
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    That was a prize gun, Beretta A300 Extrema. Only camo gun I’ve ever owned, shot it for a year. Won a black SBE2 and instantly swapped it out. Nothing wrong with it, just loved the Benelli and a black gun.
     
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    It’s the M3500 then
     
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    You need whipped with a rubber hose for that much abuse toward that firearm ! How long has it taken to build that much hunk up ?
     

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