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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich@CCC View Post
    Wow! That's nasty.

    That looks worse than the Savage 720 did when I bought it(BTW, it shot and loaded just fine but the rings were worn and I could not slow it down for magnums or make it single shot for target loads) and it had probably never been cleaned in 30 years!
    Still no reason not to fire/cycle. Friend of mine ran around 10K rounds through his Benelli M4. Just added CLP when/if he felt it was getting sluggish with birdshot. It never stopped, he just decided to clean it at around that time.
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    Murder Machine, Harmless Fuzzball TCinVA's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom_Jones View Post
    Looks like they go as low as $229. I have a serious case of the wants.
    Do it.

    Do it now.

    Do it before I buy one.

    Dear god, man, save me from myself.

    Quote Originally Posted by Unobtanium View Post
    Still no reason not to fire/cycle. Friend of mine ran around 10K rounds through his Benelli M4. Just added CLP when/if he felt it was getting sluggish with birdshot. It never stopped, he just decided to clean it at around that time.
    The M4 is a tank. To paraphrase Tom Givens, it's the only true military grade shotgun ever made. It's a damn good gun...but I snagged 2 1301's for less than the cost of one M4.
    Last edited by TCinVA; 01-14-2017 at 08:50 PM.
    3/15/2016

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    Did we say "Glock 19“ yet?

    If not, Glock 19.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TCinVA View Post
    Do it.

    Do it now.

    Do it before I buy one.

    Dear god, man, save me from myself.
    I'm an enabler. At that price, you should buy two.
    There are relatively few pieces of equipment that will save you from yourself. -Sean M.

  5. #55
    Quote Originally Posted by TCinVA View Post
    To give some idea of the kind of gunk the 391 XTrema I mentioned earlier was still working with:

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    My Berettas are never going to look like that, so im not worried.
    The xtrema is a little bit easier to maintain because the spring that closes the bolt back is around the magazine tube, and not back in the stock like a regular 391. In my experience, this often-overlooked spring is a common source of problems in guns that are used often.


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