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Old 07-11-2012, 01:01 AM   #31
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One thing that confused me though, at first i ordered a Nordic +3 extension tube. Whenever i got it,it stuck out 1" past my barrel. So i sent it back and ordered the +2, and it is 1 1/2" shorter than the barrel. It doesnt bother me but it just takes away 1 shell,so now its 5+1.
Is the +3 the extension in the first pic of the thread?
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Is the +3 the extension in the first pic of the thread?
It is a +3, but its a choate brand extension, i figured the Nordic would be the same length....nope
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Hmmm.....that seems kinda strange. I really don't know much about the tac shotguns, more of an "upland" gun guy. Is it normal for them to vary that much from brand to brand?

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Hmmm.....that seems kinda strange. I really don't know much about the tac shotguns, more of an "upland" gun guy. Is it normal for them to vary that much from brand to brand?
I didnt think so, ive never seen that much of a difference before.
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How do you like the bolt release on yours? Mine seems to take a lot more force than it should to press.

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How do you like the bolt release on yours? Mine seems to take a lot more force than it should to press.
Mine is the same way, its a little stiff. This is the first semi auto that ive owned, it seems to operate a little different than other semi autos. When i first brought it home i didnt know that you had to press a button to ready the first shell for chambering. I thought, why isnt the damn thing loading? I thought great, something is wrong with it, then i found the button. Lol

I really like the gun though,its super reliable and smooth shooting
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I took mine to a defensive shotgun course and had trouble with some of the tactical reload drills because of that pesky bolt release. Next time I take it apart I'm going to look at it to see if there is something that can be smoothed or shaped to make it mo betah.

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