RefugeRat4Life wrote:Who else loves their Weatherby SA-08??? This workhorse does not miss a beat and shoots as strait as any other $1k+ gun out there!
cluckmeister wrote:RefugeRat4Life wrote:Who else loves their Weatherby SA-08??? This workhorse does not miss a beat and shoots as strait as any other $1k+ gun out there!
Damn are you opening up a can of worms with that question. LOL I cant wait to see the responses from all the B gun owners.
z51 wrote:I've been duck hunting with my SA-08 Waterfowler for 3 1/2 years now. Great gun and the camo dipping has held up perfectly s far. I hunted mine 38 of the 40 days I duck hunted last year. Exactly one partial FTF on a Remington Sportsman when I let it get to dirty. Easiest gas SA to clean I've ever seen. I own several big name auto but this my favorite duck gun.
Tim Terrell wrote:I just could NOT resist the current "close-out" price on these semi-autos at MC Sports.
I bought a black synthetic 12 ga. SA-08 with 28 " barrel. I had been looking for a 'mud-gun' and I've read nothing but positive reviews on this 'shooter. They were asking $429.97+tax... retail is $599. All my guns are wood-stocked... so this is my first 'black gun.'
I've not fired it yet, but looking forward to doing so very soon. It comes up like a Remington 1100 for me.
Yuchi1 wrote:Do the current SA-08 (turkish mfg.) have the lengthened forcing cones & overbored barrels as the ones previously manufactured in Italy did?
Tim Terrell wrote:Weatherby SA-08 12 gauge choke tubes interchange with Winchester Win-Choke, Browning Invector, Mossberg M500, Savage and Ruger-pre-93... according to Carlson's website.
z51 wrote:I use mine strictly for waterfowl. No need for the light piston. My 12 gauge Waterfowler 3.0 weighs 6 1/2 pounds, my Rem 11-87 SP weighs almost 8 pounds.
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