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Old April 7, 2022, 02:01 AM   #10
rc
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Browning BPS and Ithaca 37 are very similar with the Browning being the cheaper design with more stamped parts and a thumb rather than cross bolt safety. The elevator fingers do help eject with force with an extractor on the bolt in these guns. You got to clear out the old shell before you can lift in a new one. There are arguments these guns are not as good for tactical use as mossbergs and Remingtons where you can change out the shell in the chamber but they are a super reliable design by JMB. You can't lose a shell from the system like you can at a high angle with side ejecting pumps and muck and rain doesn't just fall into the action through a side opening like typical pumps.
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