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Old December 5th, 2017, 03:03 PM #11
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Shockwave DM makes sense.

The others offer a reduction in capacity for the most part.

Id do a Shockwave DM... who has one!?
I have the Mossberg shockwave and its neat little gun.
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Old December 6th, 2017, 06:02 PM #12
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So just had time to look into this after the few days previous reveal emails leading up to last night. I my self have always been a Remington shotgun guy over mossy. Personal preference but a Mag fed pump... odd? Yes. Any opinion on a Mag fed semi that falls into the retail price of <$800 you guy would suggest.
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Old December 6th, 2017, 09:25 PM #13
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I don’t get it, I hope Remington can salvage themselves but it won’t be from guns like this. Beyond finding themselves along with a new CEO, quality control is their biggest hurdle to get buyers to return
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Old December 6th, 2017, 10:15 PM #14
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I like the idea that it keeps the weight away from the muzzle and should be easier to reload but why not jump directly into the mag fed semi market? This seems like a half measure...
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Yeah, I will not be lining up to buy this thing. Mag fed shotguns have feeding reliability to begin with, and on top of that, it is a pump. Too much to ask for Remington to design something from the ground up in a semi that is ground breaking. Innovation/invention is what brings in the money. Gimmicks to already existing products, meh.
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So just had time to look into this after the few days previous reveal emails leading up to last night. I my self have always been a Remington shotgun guy over mossy. Personal preference but a Mag fed pump... odd? Yes. Any opinion on a Mag fed semi that falls into the retail price of <$800 you guy would suggest.
Atlantic sells an AR style 12 gauge that takes magazines. $600.
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They should have designed it so that it feeds from the tube once the mag is empty!
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Empty mag tube = storage when you add a plug. Admittedly, it's not the best solution for storage, but it's a use for the empty tube.
Flashlight battery tube. "C" cells. Bright LED on the tube cap.

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