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Old July 4, 2013, 01:13 AM   #5
chesterfield
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I have three of these in 12, 16, 20. They are some of my favorites to shoot. They will shoot under just about any circumstances. I bought the 12 from a pawn shop years ago and it shot and ejected the shells perfectly. I put about 100 shells through it shooting skeet and then took it apart to clean it. Imagine my surprise when I got it stripped down to find mud and grass inside the receiver and the trigger assembly! Whoever owned it previously had abused it quite a bit, but it still functioned flawlessly. My advice would be to get the gun, you can't go wrong with those old Remingtons.
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