d_money wrote:i did the same thing a few years ago and messed up horrably i bought a 1187 super mag that broke down several times. but if you are up to getting another pump you might be better searved. i went on a late season sky carp hunt a few years ago and we all brought autos but also brought our old pumps to back them up incase something happened. well it ened up out of the 5 of us by day 5 i was shooting my 835, 3 870's and one moss 500. so much shooting in hunting conditions shut down 4 sbe2's and my 1187 broke again no supprise there tho. so after many years of fighting my 1187 i sent it in to the gunsmith to get fixed for the last time and bought a new 870 super mag all camo. and very glad i did now i finnaly dont have to worry my gun wont go bang on the second or the 3rd shot. every auto out eventually has cyclying problems no matter what and if you are like me i cant have that. i hunt on average 3-4 times a week when the season is going and a few weeks where i take off work and go to the valley also. so i run my guns hard and im glad to have a pump again.
sprigs4days wrote:I shot a 835 for 11 years. I loved that thing. Decided this year it was time for a new gun, bought a Supernova max/4. It cycles 2 3/4 to 3 1/2's. Havent had any issues yet. but it's fairly new so time will tell. The one thing I can say is that my turkey loads didnt kick the hell outta me like they did out of my mossberg.
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