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Thread: Light for Browning Auto 5?

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    Hobbyist JAD's Avatar
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    Man, that thing wants to make someone apologize.

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    I just got back from the range function testing it. I had tested prior with the friction rings set for heavy loads. As expected low recoil stuff was no bueno that way. So I reset it. It's a pain with the light mount and extended tube. It now runs Win Ranger low recoil slugs, 8 pellet Fed FC low recoil, and Win AA 1145 FPS bird shot like the energizer bunny. Mission accomplished. It's now my house gun. Only thing left is mounting a sling.

    @SeriousStudent, I'm seriously thinking about a Form 1 also.
    Last edited by Spartan1980; 12-01-2019 at 06:06 PM.

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    Pizzagun Dilettante Joe in PNG's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spartan1980 View Post
    All you had to do was ask...

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    Weird perspective. The stock is short, but it's not that short.
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    Marginally Relevant NH Shooter's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spartan1980 View Post
    Nice! Some may recall I did the same to a Remington 1187 Premier. There's just something about a serious-use shotgun dressed in wood;

    Back OT, I've had good luck with these -

    It held a light on my 1187P securely. As long as the magazine extension does not turn on the A5 and you can match the mount to the magazine diameter, it should work.
    Last edited by NH Shooter; 12-01-2019 at 08:21 PM.

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