September 26, 2010, 03:05 AM
What's the skinny on these? I was thinking of picking one up eventually and I was wondering how they hold up? I would be using it as a range toy and possibly having it legally cut down into a SBS at some point. Can you get parts for them if something breaks?
September 26, 2010, 12:55 PM
Made in China. It's the lowest priced coach gun on the market. The TTN model is much nicer.
September 26, 2010, 03:16 PM
It definitely is on the low end of the spectrum, but I've had mine for 2+ years, probably has 400-500 low-powered target loads through it with zero problems and no signs of premature wear. Great fun to bust clays with, and easy handling without banging you up to much. Would not be my go-to gun for SHTF, and would not personally run a steady diet of full-power loads through it, but for a fun gun I have no regrets, and I don't honestly have any reason to believe it *couldn't* handle serious work as well.
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