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About arizona98tj

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  1. One difference is that the SuperNova has a stock that is detachable from the receiver. The Nova has a one piece stock/receiver.
  2. That very much looks like someone else already picked it up. There are companies that do nothing but wait for domains to expire and then grab them. They like to sell them back to the original owner at a very nice profit.
  3. Never ran the Choate....have ran the Nordic Components. Can't think of anything one could do to make the NC any better. I do recommend it. My review of the +2 extension.
  4. A 6 round will fit assuming someone designs it properly. Yes, I know it is on a SN, but I do believe the action on the Nova is the same length, as is the forearm, etc. This photo is with the action open.
  5. Search engines are your friend...... http://www.stu-offroad.com/firearms/mesa/sureshell/sureshell-1.htm
  6. For those that were having such bad luck with EOTech, how long ago did you buy them? Just curious..... I've got an EOTech X*** on my FNH SLP Mark 1. It has seen a steady diet of slugs, buck, and bird. No complaints. Still on the original battery and provides enough illumination that I can't run it full on even in bright sunlight. I couldn't imagine having anything different for an optic on my shotgun. I tried one of those little micro Aimpoints (T1?) and found it lacking for my needs....glad it as on my buddy's shotgun and not mine. I would post a link to the write-up on m
  7. How long has it been since you last pulled the trigger group out of the receiver and gave it a good cleaning, followed by a good lube?
  8. 3.5" rounds for home defense? Should one assume that you don't want (or care) to get quickly back on target for a follow-up shot? They put turkey on those boxes for a reason....unless you are defending yourself against turkey invaders, I would opt for standard 2 3/4" (some even prefer reduced velocity) buckshot for your HD task. That being said, get a Nordic Components mag tube extension. I don't think you an do better for a +2 mag extension.
  9. Sorry, I'm not having much luck making heads or tails of the problem from your photo. Have you shown it to the shop you purchased it from?
  10. Did you field strip the firearm and give it a thorough cleaning? Some of the rust preventatives that are used get pretty gummy sometimes. Make sure you clean the bolt well....a sticky firing pin will make for poor primer strikes.
  11. Here was my solution for my SuperNova Tactical. My buddy did the same on his SN Tactical pistol grip stock....just didn't use the stock adapter that I used on mine. Giles Tactical Sling for the SuperNova
  12. While I fully enjoy the possibility of swapping out a stock....do you have any ideas as to who is making an aftermarket stock for the SuperNova? I've had mine for two years now and haven't seen one made for it. Just wondering.....
  13. The SuperNova Tactical w/ a ghost ring sight is also made without the pistol grip stock too. I have one.
  14. Buying an accessory made for a Nova would be your best bet. I would guess that a Nova and SuperNova mag extension would be the same but that is just a guess on my part.
  15. If the shells are not dumping out on the ground, then obviously the elevator is in the correct position by the time a round from the magazine is released onto it for the e-ticket ride up to the chamber.
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