killingtime wrote: to hevy for bird,s ,maybe dove this year.
killingtime wrote:well to tell it like it is, i hunt rough, and and dont want to beat it up ,she just started to hunt 2 year,s ago. we did the deer thing,but it,s to boring for her, we went duck hunting,she is hooked.cold she go,s wet she go,s no matter what she go,s. i bought her a 835 water fowl . she,s my huntin,buddy.we did not git along so well before, now we talk i mean really talk! so this shot gun means alot more than i have word,s for!
From what I have read online, apparently Rem owns H&R. I guess thats how they get away with patient infringement on the 870 and 1100 patients. Despite the PP being made in China, both the PP and 870 have the same quality of metal in their parts. I can see no reason at all why the PP would not last as long as the 870. The PP does have a smoother action than the 870 Express and also see nothing to cause a breakdown with the PP. I just think it is a lot of gun for very little money and would be proud to own one. I think I am missing out not having one to play with.
They are but a few years ago Remington (technically the Freedom Group) bought Marlin.I'm thought Harrington an Richardson were parnered through marlin firearms... I think the link to H&R from the marlin website supports that.