bpsdiveraddict wrote:When people talk about gas guns getting dirty, like how many rounds until they start to fail?
bpsdiveraddict wrote:I'm looking at a Franchi Affinity and Beretta A300, strictly for a waterfowl gun, so no light target loads. Inertia fanboy's always bring up that it's cleaner, what does gas have on inertia besides lower recoil and can shoot lighter target loads.
mudpack wrote: Try not to overthink this. Both types offer excellent duck guns. Get the one you like best and you will not be disappointed.
Each gun has its dedicated fan clubs.....that should tell you plenty. Join one.
3200 man wrote:OH , what happen to the old days of guns lasting for 70 years or more ?
3200 man wrote:All I'm saying is , when a gun has somewhere between 250,000 and 300,000 rounds through it and still looks and shoots like new , I will be impressed !
3200 man wrote:No not a Dream , it's a fact !
I have ( 2 ) 5 gal buckets full of spent primers and all of them were shot out of my Mod 12 trap !
and my 3 early 60's 870's 3" are not far behind . Compared to a skinny barreled HK , they shoot more like a back-bored gun
with pretty wood !
You gas or inertia fellas better start shooting more to catch-up to , quality in a gun .. LMAO !
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