WMTribe_Kicker wrote:In my opinion though, if you save up to get a "B" gun, you will end up spending less on firearms in the future as you will have far fewer problems than buying an el cheap. I have a buddy who's gone through three guns in about 6 years and spent right at what I payed for any of my "B" guns. I haven't had one problem with any of my B guns at all. Just my $.02 though.
If you are just getting into the sport though, just buy something inexpensive as you are deciding if you are really gonna partake in the sport in the future.
Enjoy whatever shotgun you decide
rikasam2013 wrote:I have no problem with a nova, I've shot my bud's. I personally don't like how it feels in the hand. Inertial benellis kick like crap, berettas don't fit me right (they hit too high). My part of this thread is for the person who already has a troublesome gun and things I've done to correct problems with my own. My last 870 I bought, an old special purpose, for $120 was a neglected wreck of a gun. Barrel is good, I bought it for parts. A little TLC and a new slide to replace the cracked one, used it for dove season. Most all my guns are used, I think I gave $200 for my super mag, I know I only gave $200 for my pristine 1980 vintage wingmaster. What was the last new gun I bought?...Oh yeah a Browning citori satin hunter 3 1/2", used her for the opening day. Late season when the crap is blowing I'll take my old Moss 500 or maybe the super mag, my stevens 311H, or maybe my sp-10. The 11-87 sp goes Friday.
Will they work?...Yep...Why?..because I've tuned them.
Burney0901 wrote:Hello there, I am somewhat new to duck hunting and was wondering about the Remington 870 Super Mag. What are your guys thoughts on this gun?
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