I have been busy, sorry I have not responded lately.
baseball7rj-I will let you know how the grease works out on the gun, when I get the chance to put it on, and shoot it. I won't be able to use my 105 until end of November, when I go home on leave for Thanksgiving. So for now it is in the safe, but I assure you I will have a full report up once I get back and also once the waterfowl season is over.
R0b0tD3v1l - thanks for the story about your 105 cti. I find that there always seems to be some shotguns that don't like a particular shells, and no matter what you do it is always best to avoid those shells. Anyways, keep us posted on its performance, and how it holds up. oh! And welcome to the forum!
ohio mike- I hope Remington is working on getting your 105 back to you as soon as possible. Let use know when you get it. Also thanks for the heads up on the Hypersonic loads, I was actually considering getting a box of 1 1/8 oz to see how they performed, and how the shotgun handled the recoil. But, know I think I will hold off, after what you said, I recall reading on the forum earlier about a similar thing happening to someone's Browning Maxus when they fired those Hypersonic shells, except the gun did not fall apart, although the guy said he thought it was going to .
Augusta- congrats on the three 105 cti's !!! You have more then me now! I am jealous, keep us posted on how all three of them perform! Also what is the kill count on roosters so far (if you don't mind me asking)?