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  1. [ 03-22-2006, 11:15 AM: Message edited by: garren ]
  2. [ 03-22-2006, 11:15 AM: Message edited by: garren ]
  3. Hi Tucker, glad to see your input. No, I’m not going to try my luck. That’s why I’m considering buying another gun now and it’s going vs. my plans to by a Citori. Now I need a universal firearm and think about a Black Eagle. Or I have to stick with my old Remington and fulfill my dream later.
  4. Wallhanger, Thanks for your consolation. When I say it is not good, I mean not good for me, considering when it happens. Otherwise, I know I’m not the only one and those guys try to do their best to keep us happy.
  5. Mudhen, Thanks. That’s a good tip. You saved me some money. I used the Remington Copper Solid Sabot Slugs with my Rem. 870 Rifled Cantilever Barrel and had the same 3”- 4” results. I kind of hope that with the barrel type and autoloader’s less recoil it could be more accurate. So, Citori or Eagle, I guess it's just a matter of taste and choice.
  6. So far no good. Benelli suggested turning in my R1 for examination, ( http://www.benelliusa.com/forums/ultimatebb.php/topic/5/35.html ) which is good. But service turnaround currently takes about 4-5 weeks. That’s not good. Now, in the light of above-mentionned, I need to share some thoughts with you. I have planned for awhile to buy Browning 525 Citori Field shotgun. I love the look and feel I had when handling it the first time. The second choice is Benelli Black Eagle II. Frankly, I’ll go with my first choice if I needed just a smooth barrel shotgun, but with Black Eagle I have an option to have rifled slug barrel too and because of the one piece construction (action-barrel) it seems to be able to shoot very accurately over 100 yards. Any thoughts or professional suggestions?
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    Tucker

    [ 03-22-2006, 01:24 PM: Message edited by: garren ]
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    Tucker

    He will be fine. Operation like his needs medical attention for a couple of days. I think he’ll be out by November 5~7.
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    .06 Issues

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    Glocks

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  19. I’m for it too, in case if something happened with my wood stock. But just in case of upgrading, only if it will be less then $200. Otherwise it’s better to buy a second gun.
  20. I know you aren’t an old f..t. I figured it out long time ago I wish you good luck and a very fast recovery. Surgeons here are real aces and their diagnostic equipment best of all. Get well soon! We will shoot someday together.
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