OOOOBER cheap shooting with my Berg

Discussion in 'General Shotgun Discussion' started by Scratchammo, Jun 8, 2011.

  1. Scratchammo

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    Well the first one came in today. There were no rifling grooves so I didn't expect to be impressed & I wasn't. The "accuracy" wasn't too much to brag about. First round fired was an Aguila Super Colibri, the buzzing from the bullet tumbling was a little louder than the shot as it curved right. It sounded like hitting a PVC pipe against something. The next one was a federal bulk round, it sounded like I dropped a firecracker down the barrel. It also buzzed. I'd hate to put a crappy review on something but I also don't want y'all to waste your money. If this was rifled it'd more than likely would be worth it. I'm still waiting on the other one. I believe its length & grooves are about the same as the barrel of the Taurus PT 22 so accuracy should be fairly decent.
     
  4. ta1588

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    yeah, I would definitely imagine the rifled one to be more accurate, what shotgun are you using with these?
     
  5. Scratchammo

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    Mossberg Cruiser 18.5", it's in my album.
     
  6. Scratchammo

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    I got the second one in today. Here's the message I sent to Dina Arms:

    "I'm extremely disappointed of wasting $22 on a disposable piece of aluminum crap that only fires the first few times. At least now I have a complete review on your "product" *to show to potential money wasters before they get screwed. I hope this is comes as an inspiration or constructive criticism to make something worth selling.

    Good day"

    I took it to the woods, put a couple good shots into a Dr. Pepper bottle, & then it didn't want to fire anymore. It's not my gun or the ammo. The firing pin hits it, & I went through round after round. My other adapter works fine, just horribly inaccurate. I guess I unleashed the wrath of Monday unto them but what can I say? I expected better.
     
  7. Sonnypie

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    I'm going to stick to my current plan.

    Does anybody still make the old multiple weapons where you have a shotgun and a rifled barrel in one gun?
    I always thought a combo gun would be kinda handy.
    I found this one. Out of stock of course. :rolleyes:
     
  8. ta1588

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    That double gun looks awesome, too bad they're out of stock, I want.
     
  9. AusLach

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    Beautiful BRNO Combo

    Me wanty
     
  10. PalmettoShooter

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    ive tried those too, and they were pretty disappointing. just bc some guy can machine aluminum doesnt mean he should.
     
  11. orangello

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    M6 Aircrew Survival Weapon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    My favorite. I got to shoot a military one yeeeears ago; a cousin had gotten it somehow or other (they are a bit short for us civis). .22 hornet was LOUD for a .22.

    Springfield Armory M6 Scout - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Civilian version from Springfield.

    Tacted out http://www.oldjimbo.com/survival/v-shrake/m6.html
     
  12. Sonnypie

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    Yeah.
    Anyone of those would do very nicely. :)
    Thanks!