mudpack wrote:There are several million Auto-5's and its Remington and Savage variants floating around, and they all pretty much look the same. It's just an old gun that we've all seen before. They occupy a special place in many shooter's hearts, not because they are a great gun, but because Grandpa had one.
Luvbowhuntn wrote:Here's a link to Outdoor Life's 10 greatest shotguns ever made. Only 2 auto's made the list. The Auto 5 at #7 and the 1100 at #10...
Quacker-Wacker wrote: Alum wears fast and tends to gull the surface especially when a steel bolt is riding on it. Where as the steel on steel of the A-5 tends to polish itself smooth and will last indefinitely.
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