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Benelli/Stoeger

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  1. Ok, looks like I'm going to pay a visit to the gun shop and push for a replacement and if that doen't happen at least it will get fixed. It is complete b.s. that a new gun breaks like that.
  2. ok, thanks spike... How do you mail a firearms then??? Is there any special way or laws regarding mailing a shotgun?
  3. Nope, that's the part that pisses me off....I just bought new. I will have to take it in ASAP. I will check into warrenty....do you know if there is a warrenty or how much it will cost to get it fixed without warrenty?
  4. Hello all, I just bough a Stoeger Uplander a few days ago and I just got it out to shoot it. 1. I noticed that it had a really really heavy trigger pull. Is this normal? 2. I shot 2 boxes out of it and it shot like it should for most of the time, but once and a while ONLY the right barrel would click like it shot and the firing pin would just barely tap the primer without firing the shell. What should I do/what is wrong...is the right barrel firing pin bad? How much do they cost to replace if that is the case?
  5. Thanks everybody for your opinions, especially Spike. I really appreciate the help. I'm going to go with a 16 gauge side by side so I have power for pretty much any situation from pheasants to quail. Since I don't want another 12 gauge, I think a 16 would be a safe bet for all around use.... Thanks again
  6. I think I'll be going with the "sweet 16"...my uncle had a model 37 in a 16ga and loved it for pheasants. I would like to use mine for occasional ducks as....at least when I want to deviate from my 12 gauge to mix things up. Do you like the Uplanders?
  7. Hello All, I am looking at buying a Stoeger Uplander for pheasant, quail, partridge, chucker, etc....which gauge is the best? For fun, I don't want a 12 or 20 gauge....I want either a 16ga or 28ga....which one do you perfer?
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