What's wrong with inexpensive SXS shotguns?
I see it all over the place: everyone says that double barrel shotguns under $1,000 are junk. Could someone explain why, instead of just saying "they are more complicated to make, and it's hard to do for under 1k"?
I found a new Remington Spartan 12g SXS and I have it on layaway.
This shotgun will probably never see more than 3,000 rounds in my lifetime, and it's hard to believe that any company makes a gun that won't last that long. Maybe my standards aren't as high as some of the people here?