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Old November 12th, 2019, 03:55 PM #1
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Semi auto shotgun ...which one ?

I'm stuck between the panzer 12 or the lynx 12..
Curious to know what you guys think
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Old November 12th, 2019, 04:15 PM #2
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I'm stuck between the panzer 12 or the lynx 12..
Curious to know what you guys think
Check out RIA VR80. I got one. It is nice.
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Old November 13th, 2019, 12:30 AM #3
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Ar15 dave , I just checked her..sweeet...
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Old November 13th, 2019, 08:39 AM #4
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I have one and it is fun to shoot. Least expensive, so far, of all the ones I looked at with more features. Comes with three chokes and BUIS flip up sights. Only stickler with it is that it prefers high brass shells. Will shoot low brass but not guaranteed to cycle right. Had no issues with high brass.
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Benelli M4 Tactical.
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Mossberg 930spx here. Prob the opposite end of the guns mentioned above but I like it for home defense
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To the OP: what's it going to be used for? And how has no one else asked this question?
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I have one and it is fun to shoot. Least expensive, so far, of all the ones I looked at with more features. Comes with three chokes and BUIS flip up sights. Only stickler with it is that it prefers high brass shells. Will shoot low brass but not guaranteed to cycle right. Had no issues with high brass.
Pretty much all the detachable mag fed shotguns have low-power cartridge feed issues to some extent. If the feeding issue is not solved by adjusting a gas setting, then just feed them full power loads like ar15dave does.
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