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Discussion in 'Guns, Ammunition, and Reloading' started by Ange, May 20, 2020.
Parts, parts, parts. Remember I said that when the turkish built useless firearm breaks...d2
O- MAN!!! TAUGHT you better..Gotta clean em after every hunt atlteast Wipe em Down..Oily Rag..
Man o man..Can't believe it....
Use Guys..Gotta take care of your Weapons..
Can't believe What I am reading...
Gotta clean your weapons..Got to..
Every time..Will last a lifetime if you will.
Just as an FYI, many US based gun companies have their guns made in Turkey. Mossberg and Winchester both have at least some of their shotgun models sourced in Turkey. Beretta owns several Turkish gun manufacturers although their shotguns are not made their. Some of Franchi (part of Beretta) shotguns are made in Turkey as are several other brands under the larger Beretta umbrella.
That's the only thing I can find with the Mossberg they have a little bar that's sets in the Ejector that just sets their..If not put in properly will not eject the Hull..Tricky to put back..Takes me 30 minutes to get it Right..
My Remington 870s are easy and Fast..
Easiest Shotgun out their to clean...
My 20 year old 870 says otherwise....
Stoeger falls in there too.
Guess I’ll stick with my Benelli, A5 and 870.
I have a 47 year old 1100 that still runs like a champ. Got it for Christmas in 1973. Rarely gets cleaned.
Benelli is easier.
I don't even know what I just red let alone sean.
That is true but they will be so labeled
as made in Turkey on the firearm
I might spend $300-$400 on a Turkish shotgun but I would NOT spend $800-$1200 on one
Can’t say I had that luck with the 1100 20ga that I shot as a kid.
Pretty sure it was just a lemon.
Yeah, try to get that forearm off w/o the entire thing taken apart and sitting on a bench. Even with the "tool" it's a PITA.
Before Remington bought them, I had a Baikal O/U that was none to shabby for $350. Dual ejectors, screw-in chokes, vent rib, mediocre walnut stock, single selective trigger. Only thing is the trigger guard would break your middle finger. It might actually have broken my middle finger.
If it ain’t broke it don’t need messed with....
I was duracoating it. Let’s just say I tightened it and don’t plan on taking it back apart.
I have seen old Belgium Browning A5’s and Super Posed the same way. I have not seen a modern shotgun do the same.
I have my grandfathers Browning A5 Sweet 16 that my mother bought him for Christmas in 1959. I got it when he died in 1982.