Thanks. I had the two magazines, the round device which must be the charging handle protector, and the installed chamber flag. I didn't see a choke tool, but that doesn't bother me too much, as I only shoot 00 buck.
I'm really impressed with the quality of this shotgun. It's heavy, but seems to be of pretty good quality. I went back to buy a second, but it's sold out.
In the box, it came with two mags and some sort of round plastic piece. Dumb question, but what is that for?
Your timing is perfect. I was finally able to shoot the Pathfinder earlier today for the first time. I was using Norma Tac-22 and my experience was exactly like yours, it was consistently about 2" too high.
I'm going to take the advice from this thread and move the rear sight and try again...
Thanks for posting this. I have 4 or 5 in a large safe, but can always justify having a few more on hand.
My only advice to everyone is to monitor them when you are renewing them (plugging them in). They get warm and I’ve seen several posts on Amazon relating to fires. Just be careful with them...
The user "Unknown" registered in 2010. The victim was 23 years old. I doubt he was a 13 year old gun advocate when he registered.
Not sure why the post was so cryptic, but probably not the same person.
Prayers sent for the unfortunate loss of life.
Not much to report as of yet. I’m a guy who hasn’t shot anything in many years and have no place to give it a good test.
I’m currently looking to purchase a piece of property just for plinking, but there is not much on the market and what is available is big $$$.
You guys motivated me to find a target revolver to play with, on my limited budget. Someone in this rimfire section commented on the Pathfinder being a good, cheap alternative to the Smith & Wesson. I ended up finding one online for about $400, they seem to be out of stock at reputable retailers...
I'm turning to the pros on this one for some history or thoughts on this .38 Special. Originally, I thought it was a Smith & Wesson, but I finally took a closer look and saw it was stamped "FN". I know it must be older then dirt, and it's really beat, but I still find these type of weapons to be...