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Official Shotgun Picture Thread







#41
After seeing the Streamlight TL-Racker at Shot Show earlier this year, I just had to have one!

Well it finally came in the mail today, and one thing that's immediately noticeable is that it's not as bulky nor heavy as the Surefire forend light which (along with the price) was the reason I purchased it.

I'm going to put it to the test this weekend to see how it holds up and give an update later on :cool:

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#42
Well, here they are, my six babies.
The number matches the picture.
#6 Beretta 686 Onyx Pro Sporting 30" 12 ga (beautiful wood)
#5 Beretta 686 Onyx 28" field, 12 ga
#4 Beretta 687 Silver Pigeon II, 20 ga, 28"
#2 Beretta A300 Outlander, 12 ga
#1 Remington 1100 Sporting 12 ga (silver mag cap)
#3 Mossberg SA-20


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#49
Mine is just a clone (CAI PW87).
It needs to be racked hard to eject the spent shot shells so wearing a glove comes in handy. ;)
Yup mine is also a CAI PW87, but I find it easy to use, of course I bought it used, but I can rack it at the shoulder, at least with snap caps, but the action seems smooth, I am just getting used to loading it, its kinda involved for a shotgun
 
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Yup mine is also a CAI PW87, but I find it easy to use, of course I bought it used, but I can rack it at the shoulder, at least with snap caps, but the action seems smooth, I am just getting used to loading it, its kinda involved for a shotgun
So true.
I got mine new so action needs more breaking in. Bought it to have fun in the range.
Check it out at YouTube to get more tips.
;)