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Lever Action Shotguns

Discussion in 'Shotguns' started by Greycliff gunman, Apr 7, 2013.

  1. Greycliff gunman

    Greycliff gunman Active Member

    I am looking for a place to buy a lever action shotgun. What brand is a good one? I have a couple of old winchesters but can not handle smokeless powder. I am looking for a modern one that looks like those that I can use. Any ideas or help would be appreciated.
  2. GCBurner

    GCBurner Well-Known Member

    Chiappa makes an upgraded replica of the Winchester lever action Model 1887 that's suitable for modern smokeless loads.
  3. lobo9er

    lobo9er Well-Known Member

    i have a new norinco that hasn't given me any problems
  4. lobo9er

    lobo9er Well-Known Member

    Every time I look at it I want to take a hack saw to it so it looks like the T2 shot gun LOL
  5. 303tom

    303tom member

    You mean like this ?................
    Last edited: Jul 14, 2013
  6. rcmodel

    rcmodel Member in memoriam

  7. Sheepdog1968

    Sheepdog1968 Well-Known Member

    I've wondered why someone like Mossberg hasn't taken their Mossberg 500 pump as a basis for the design and make a lever version out of it. If it used as many common parts as possible it couldn't be too hard to do. I would think it would sell like hot cakes.
  8. Jason_W

    Jason_W Well-Known Member

    I've long thought a lever action, rifled barrel, slug gun would be pretty cool. It would be at least as accurate as a pump, but without the fore end rattle.
  9. JRs12Valve

    JRs12Valve Well-Known Member

    Winchester makes one in .410, called the 9410. Same action and everything as the 94, except it has a smoothbore.

    Chiappa, Taylors, DGW, and IAC are the only ones that make them now, but I wouldn't trust a factory IAC. Ejection issues out the ass.
  10. 303tom

    303tom member

    Oh you think...............
  11. CaptainChaos

    CaptainChaos Well-Known Member

  12. Kitika

    Kitika Member

    I've got an IAC/Norinco it is a very nice shotgun no jams and cycles very smoothly. The first few models were pretty rough and had a lot of quality issues but the later ones (like mine) are alot better. The first lot of chiappas were the same and had lots of quality issues and were twice the price but i've heard they have sorted out there issues now too.

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