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assateague wrote:I hunt to kill. It's why I take a gun instead of a camera. And it's a goose- lighten up.
m3500 wrote:Ive had mine for 2 years or so shoots when I pull the trigger any load I give it. One thing when and if you get one strip it down and clean the packing grease off and lightly oil the parts it should feed everything no problems then.
ksuzzell wrote:I was thinking of buying the M3000 or a Rem. 11-87 (I don't have any real need for 3.5" firepower). Is the M3000 just as good? The chamber size should be the only difference I guess. I know the M2000 was a dud. All of my friends tell me to buy a used Benelli or keep saving money for a new top end semi-auto. I've handled the M3000 and liked it. I want it strictly for duck/dove. I typically dove hunt once a year (opening day) and duck hunt once a week during NC's mid and final waterfowl seasons (none during early season). Not looking to put anymore than $700 in it and preferably less. Priced M3000 anywhere from $449.99 - 549.99 depending on barrel length and stock color.
reconcoupe wrote:landon__odell23 wrote:I got it in max4
Congrats, gun pron is in order, post some good pics, preferably with something dead laying on top of it.
reconcoupe wrote:Open in microsoft paint. Under home tab, select resize. Resize horizontal and vertical to 50 %. Should be small enough then. If not, just take it down a few more percentages. MAKE SURE TO SAVE AS. Just hitting SAVE with save it as the original file.
C M Wings wrote:The early M2000 guns had problems, but the later versions with the red bead on the barrel (or the waterfowl/turkey combo pack) are the best bargain basement guns out there - my opinion. They don't pattern great with the factory choke, but stick any mobile after market in there and they do just fine. I have one I use as a loaner and it runs with my Xtrema2, 11-87, 391, SBE2, A5.... take your pick. Never had an issue with it. Only thing I don't care for is that for me it shoots a little low. I have to cover a duck with the barrel.
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