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Old October 12, 2015, 07:43 AM   #34
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Join Date: February 8, 2010
Location: SC
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I really like 1100's. I've shot many of them and had them jam as well. They do require a little maintenance and care but I still trust mine. As for the O-ring issues, I replace mine yearly just because I carry mine through the swamps/fields of SC from Aug-Jan during deer season. My sythetic stock shotgun (mid 90's version, my 70's wood stock is too nice for me to be mean to it) has been dropped, knocked over, and who knows what else and it has only failed me once. That was my fault it failed cause it got knocked over while leaning against my truck in a freshly plowed field. I could've planted patatoes in that thing lol. All semi shotguns can jam no matter what brand they are. All of them require some form of maintenance. It is just that simple.
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