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Old 04-22-2013, 04:14 PM   #31
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They both are good. I dropped my Mossberg out of a treestand, and it survived the fall, didn't go off. That is a huge plus in my mind...but I didn't want to try it with the 870...
Ironically Mosin, that's actually how you have to cycle many Remington Express 870's these days!
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Good choice just don't shoot Winchester low brass. The brass (cheap metal) expands in the chamber after being shoot and gets Jammed in the action.
I understand it is more the non-striated shell itself. Lotta friction holding those smooth-as-a-baby's-be-hind hulls in.
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Old 04-22-2013, 11:47 PM   #34
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Looking fir a good home protection shotgun that i can change barrel for hunting. Any recomendations? Thanks.
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Old 04-23-2013, 01:26 AM   #35
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Ironically Mosin, that's actually how you have to cycle many Remington Express 870's these days!
you seem to have a lot of hate for Remington products. maybe you would like to cite some factual references and evidence to support your statements.

i get tired of hearing all this BS as to how bad remington Products are from people who never give any proof of those claims.

statements without proof or links to proof of such, lack credibility.
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ouch ,guess he just is not fond of remingtons, i had a semi auto 06 think it was a 7400 ,it always jammed in the cold in tenn&ky , but then i also had an 1100 28 guage that never jammed, so like any other manufacturer, i would say a lot depends on which model ya have But sure dont hate em ,I'v had good and bad experience with Remingtons.I think the 1100,s are some the best shotgun,s made.jmo

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ouch ,guess he just is not fond of remingtons, i had a semi auto 06 think it was a 7400 ,it always jammed in the cold in tenn&ky , but then i also had an 1100 28 guage that never jammed, so like any other manufacturer, i would say a lot depends on which model ya have But sure dont hate em ,I'v had good and bad experience with Remingtons.I think the 1100,s are some the best shotgun,s made.jmo
well Hock continually slams and bad mouths Remingtons, yet has never once provided any facts or evidence to support those statements. not once when several times i have asked him about it.

several others when i have confronted them on this same issue have either avoided it or cited internet rumours.

i have said it before, statements lack credibility when a person fails to support those statements with facts or evidence.
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I've owned Remington, mosseburg, Winchester and Ithaca pump actions. Of the two choices I say Remington. Mosseburgs are a pain in the ass to detail strip and reassemble.

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I don't own a Remington, but I've shot 870's for qualifications for a number of years. If there ever was any issues our armorers would fix it.

I like to get a retired police model 870, which has the extended magazine tube, so all I'd have to do is switch out a few things to make it my own.

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Ironically Mosin, that's actually how you have to cycle many Remington Express 870's these days!
LMAO! So that's what I've been doing wrong. Actually, both my Remingtons and my Mossbergs have always worked fine for me. Kinda like the coments about Mosins and needing a 2X4 to work the action. Never had that problem myself, but I know of others who have.

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I understand it is more the non-striated shell itself. Lotta friction holding those smooth-as-a-baby's-be-hind hulls in.
Store your shells in a plastic zip-lock bag with a light coating of oil on them. Old trick of my dad's. He never had a jam with his old Mossberg 5500 no matter what he used.
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