everythings ducky wrote:Here we go again. Without pictures it didn't happen. Tough to tell without looking at it. People are amazing in that most on here will be quick to blame the company and want a replacement when it was owner caused. High majority of the time, it was an obstruction that caused it. Stuck wad then fired, bridging shot, mud in the barrel, loose choke, choke failure etc. Nice of them to offer you a discounted barrel. Check out NJonsey's thread regarding his blown barrel in the repair section. Good reading. It's long.
ltrosson wrote:Here we go again...smartass that cant comprehend what they read. No big deal for me I shoot Beretta's. Again seemed the post posed a question
The only observation that I'll offer on this thread is that the full choke raises a red flag.
ltrosson wrote:The only observation that I'll offer on this thread is that the full choke raises a red flag.
The group I was hunting with all shoot # 3's or 4's so I guess we all ass umed extended range (full) chokes were acceptable, hell I guess because they are marketed that way. In the real world are extended range chokes with steel shot bad for the gun, serious question for future references.
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