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About ufgators69

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  1. Does Benelli or any other manufacturer make a trigger for the Nova that can be adjusted or that is set lower than it is now??
  2. I saw one in a gun shop over here in Mississippi, if you're interested in driving that far. Email me if you're interested and I'll give you the info for the gun shop. [ 03-09-2005, 04:08 PM: Message edited by: ufgators69 ]
  3. Ummm......anyone have some pics of how to do this? I can get the pins out of the side but I have no idea what to do after that
  4. You load a couple of those Winchester XX 3-1/2" No. 4 turkey loads in there without the reducer and tell me it don't kick like a 3 year old mule. My shoulder was black after 2 pattern testing shots. I really didn't know what to expect, never shot anything but 2-3/4" loads. I pulled the trigger on the first turkey load and it almost spun me around...lol. That recoil reducer makes a world of difference to me, best $60 I ever spent. I've been shooting snakes and turtles around my in-law's catfish ponds with it lately and the recoil from 1-1\8 oz loads feel like a 410 shotgun kick, not much t
  5. You can take two small strips of velcro and solve the rattle problem. Use the "soft" part of the velcro and attach it to the receiver end of the gun where it meets the forearm. It's easy if you take the forearm off otherwise you'll need a wooden spoon or something that won't scratch the gun to slide the velcro under the edge forearm. You have to shake the crap out of mine now to get any sort of noise from it.
  6. How do you switch it? I've got a Nova and I'd like to do that myself.
  7. Works perfectly with or without the plug. All ya need is some needle nose pliers and a free hand to catch the spring and cap.
  8. Where in MS are you located? Just curious, I'm from MS as well.
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