Legband#1 wrote:Let me start out by saying I'm a Browning Guy I have 8 shot guns from a 4.10 ou to a 10 ga auto loader.
It's one thing to get a recommendation from a guy who shoots the gun he's recommending , obviously he's bias.
But I think for the money spent the Remington 1187 is the best thing going.
You get the most gun for your money.
My son shot one so long and so often when I took it in for repair the smithy came out from the back room and shook my hand.
Well I'll tell you he said , you should be proud there's not a moving part left on this thing that's not worn out.
I informed him it was my son who had unlimited access to my ammo stash and shot it every day after school.
In fact when we first moved to my ranch in 1991 it was a natural crow flight day after day , after ten years of being pounded by my son they quit flying over all together. He moved out in 2002 and they still fly around the property.
Long story short it's a great gun.
Hat Flats wrote:The 3.5" 11-87 was very well known for having problems the 3" are ok, if you are buying used see if you can try it out first just to be sure you are not buying somebody's head ach. Hat
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