Lever Action Shotguns


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One Man
November 13, 2007, 11:44 PM
Anyone besides me think these things are a lot of fun?
or for that matter, as a serious weaponI've decided on one as my "oh S***, why is there a stranger, in my house" gun.

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Bartkowski
November 13, 2007, 11:49 PM
I think that they are neat guns, but I like pump shot guns a little more for hunting and HD. They would be great for slugs though in my opinion.

Sir Aardvark
November 16, 2007, 12:19 AM
I think that they are neat.

I am still kicking myself because I did not get the Winchester 9410, which is a Model 94 chambered in 410 ga, when I had my FFL.

I see them on gunbroker and they are way too expensive for me - I can get a nice Remington 870 410 ga Wingmaster for what they want the Winchester for nowadays.

Also... what was more cool than seeing the Terminator in T-2 blowing holes in the polymimetic alloy bad guy with his lever action 12 gauge?

One Man
November 19, 2007, 01:24 AM
Truthfully, NOTHING is more cool than that. I've got mine cut to 18 and a half, and keep a rubber slug first up, followed by the real meal deal, the remington buckhammer.

6_gunner
November 19, 2007, 01:34 PM
Do you have one of the Chinese copies of the Winchester 1887?

I've been wanting one of those, but was a little wary about their long-term durability, especially since its a fairly new product (thought there might still be a few bugs in the production process). How long have you had yours, and how much have you shot it? Are you happy with it?

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