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Old May 16, 2012, 01:01 AM   #15
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It is a single shot shot gun. You are not going to detract from the value if you do it right. A shot gun stock is not like a rifle stock. If the base is right on the tube WHERE IT BELONGS, and you use low rings, there will not be a stock problem. This is not speculation, I still hunt with this gun. If I could not do better than a palm size group at 50 yards, I would leave it a bird gun. Seriously, try different brands of slugs. Expensive does not mean better.
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