waterfowlhunter wrote:every 11-87 "sportsman" or parkerized version I have owned or repaired had one or more issues with jamming, cycling or just plain blowing off "o" rings. I have owned a few Premier 11-87's and still have one in the closet loaded and ready to go. I have never had an 11-87 premier give me any issues at all that I can recall. It makes me wonder if remington dumps all of the sub-par parts into their sportsman line and only uses PRIME parts in the premier line.
I parkerized my premier and put camo furnature on it so now I actually have a functional 11-87 defense gun
jim1752 wrote:ahhh,cmone you guysjohn moses browning built a shot gun beginning in 1902 that still works outstanding today.its called the auto 5.drag it behind apickup for 40 miles on a dirt road,it still shoots.take it to the arctic circle,it still shoots.use it on your hard headed retriever,it still shoots.forget about the dago guns.buy one browning auto and you will throw that spagetti bender in the dumpster. jim sheetz btw mine is 1 year younger than i,at 58 y.o.
btduckcall wrote:have a 11-87 sp, bought it in1981,loved it, blew the barrel apart two years ago, not sure what happen, did it on the scond shot, so was not mud, belive the first wad got stuck, replaced the barrel then a piece came out at the end reciever, it is soldier(sp) in, took it to a gun smith said i had to send it back to remington,long story short that was the only problem with the gun i every had. this gun was abused from day one, used it as a boat paddle you name it happen, it went over 25 yrs of rough and tough hunting. i hunt and average of three days week during duck season and four during dove. so it has seen it days. guess what iam sawing buy an oldier one.
i put a better pic up is reason i edited
assateague wrote:I hunt to kill. It's why I take a gun instead of a camera. And it's a goose- lighten up.
Underradar wrote:Cowards and queers. Worse, cat-lovers.
I shoot cats, if I can't run over them in my jeep first. If I do run over them, I shoot them anyway.
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