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|Frame||blue, satin nickel or polished nickel with Walnut|
|Gauge||12 / 20 / .410 bore|
||104 oz (2948 g)
|Length||36.5 inches (92.7 cm)|
|Barrel||20 inches (50.8 cm)
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Bennie B. from Kansas City, MO on Sun, 26 Jan 2014I've had mine in 12ga for at least 15 years. This is a no frills, side by side....a real working gun. I generally use this for grouse, rabbits and occasionally for ducks in flooded timber. Mine has 3 in chambers and is choked modified and improved cylinder. I once used it for spring turkey hunting (3" #6 in the modified barrel and 3" #2 in the improved cylinder barrel) and it worked very well. If you have delusions of shooting 00 buckshot forget about it. With heavy loads this thing kicks like a mule. In short, this is a well built reasonably priced gun....
Joseph M. from Lincoln, ME on Sat, 14 May 2011I am not sure why they call this whole line "coach guns", because mine has a 20" barrel. Anyway, great gun. Paid 225$, and just enjoy the heck out of it. The woodwoork is a bit spotty, but I use it for busting clays and upland birds. This light little baby will do just fine for either, and won't break the bank. As long as you are not in it for the looks.
Gene W. from Philadelphia, PA on Tue, 9 Mar 2010i owned one of these shot guns for 2 years now excellent gun it does kick when you use 3 inch loads but nothing to cry about. i dont shoot trap or sporting clays too often about 3 times a year but i took it out shooting sporting clays and scored a 25 out of 50 with it. i havent shot for almost 2 years. so i was impressed blueing looks great. fired about 300 rounds thur mine with not a single problem.
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