winchester1852 wrote:Some of the parts on the versa max look like benelli parts almost like Remington copied some to the T.
blakduck wrote:If its as good as the versamax in my closet I'm all in!!
LeakyW8ers wrote:It would be like sleeping with my best friends wife, it may feel good at the time, but is going to get awkward really quick.
TuJays wrote:Yes I have!
BurninPowder wrote:TuJays wrote:Yes I have!
So... Give us the scoop Tujays. Did you get to put some rounds through it... Likes-Dislikes?...Would you trade your ol trusty original VM for it ...They kept your very first for R&D didn't they?
CaptainWv wrote:Im a Remington guy, but until they redesign the fore end I wont be buying one, feels like a huge club to me.. but thats my opinion
War Wagon wrote:I do hope the New Versamax "Waterfowl Pro" is a step in the right direction for Remington. I'm sorry I said "Who Cares" because I do care for the future of Remington and there Waterfowl Shotguns. My first new Waterfowl shotgun was a Remington 870 Magnum 3" ...WAY BACK in 1969. What a gun, and is. I sill have it after 45 years. I now hunt with a 11-87 3" semi auto I have no problems with this Remington. I have over 20 Remington Shotguns alone. I know this does not make me a expert on all the Remington products, but I just feel the current Owners and Manufacturing process used on these guns are not sound. They are sending out a guns with flaws. When I read about 870's that you got to polish area's to make them function correctly or send them back for a "magazine cap" ??? give me a break. Has Remington lost it's PRIDE in craftsmanship ???. Maybe this New Generation Gun will take them on the right path of the Remington's I knew.
I hope after this season somebody can give us a true usage history of the New Versamax "Waterfowl Pro"...I really do...
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