m3500 wrote:I've had mine for 2 or 3 seasons now no problems except for some reason it hiccups on "I think" 2 3/4 in. light remington loads now and then but otherwise it cycles perfectly. I don't shoot 3.5 so I cant speak of the recoil on those but 3in. have little to know recoil obviously there is non in the moment of truth. If your on a budget its a perfect gun if your not its still a awesome gun.
m3500 wrote:I'm pretty sure they still make them I just saw one last week at a gun shop brand new.
MSduckslayer2013 wrote:okay guys looks like i might be able to afford the 3500 also so which one should i get? the 3500 or the 3000??? if you say the 3500 please (in detail) describe to me why the 3.5 inch shells would be needed!!!! i dont mean to sound like an ass guys just this will be my first self bought shotgun and i want to make sure i do right! another thing is i have shouldered both and the 3500 seems a big front heavy to me! would this effect my shooting in any way?????
Montanafowler wrote:check the jiblets real good, nothing scarier than seeing a bug biting your balls
HOPIN4ABOAT wrote:I bought the m3500 why did I get the 3.5 capability you ask because someday maybe I would want to shoot them. I've had this gun since the day they came out and still haven't used any and don't plan on it, but there is that chance that I may change my mind. You really don't lose anything just gain the extra 3.5 capability.
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