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Old April 22, 1999, 09:30 AM   #1
fubsy
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At the local gun store they have a shotgun made in turkey, (first gun im aware of from that country), when I first saw the thing I thought it as a new benelli or beretta 390 or variation from the external appearance, although once I put the glasses on I was a bit disapointed. The shotgun is semi auto with a mag cut off and chrome lined barrel and chokes, polymer/plastic stock and on this model a horrible buttpad....so of the store folks were tellin me that they had tested this particular shotgun amd it had fed 23/4 and 3 inch loads of various strengths with no problem...the barrel is only around 18 or 20 inches......anyone else know of this shotgun...the store Im talking about wants $400.....fubsy.
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Old April 23, 1999, 09:27 AM   #2
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American Gunsmith had a assembly/disassembly writeup on the Bunda in the Sept. '98 issue. Imported by EAA. According to AGI, it is about as simple as an auto-loader can get. They say that it is considered very rugged and reliable. Requires only regular routine maintenance. Doesn't have any real problems.
Post if you want the disassembly instructions.
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Old April 23, 1999, 09:37 AM   #3
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fal308...thats good to know...I liked the shotgun, I just wasnt sure about the durability of it....tks fubsy.
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Old April 23, 1999, 09:55 AM   #4
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FWIW, American Rifleman ran a "Dope Bag" review of the Bunda shotgun in an issue within the last year, or year-and-a-half (Sorry, I don't have the article anymore). They seemed to think it was quite serviceable, as I recall. The name sort of threw me for a loop, though; here in the SW I've heard "bunda" used to refer to the lower female private parts.
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