Duramax Lifetime Supporter
Join Date: Nov 2011
Location: East Texas
Back to farms, land, guns, hunting, even ragheads. I love it.
Benelli - good guns. Own several. The nova is a solid, cheaper gun that'll shoot every size shell and shot you wanna run through it. They can take a beating and keep going, almost as good as the ol remington 870's. The SBEII are very deadly weapons in the right hands!
Mossberg - very good guns, solid built, cheaper guns. Parts readily available, as well as upgrades. Very reliable doomsday weapon that parts would be easily accessible too. Very reliable, or they wouldnt be so popular with our armed forces. Own several of these as well, in various gauges.
Remington - 870 - nuff said. To Broc212, look into the new versa-max. I picked one up last year, and I absolutely love it. It's my go to gun every time im going to a skeet shoot, dove hunt, duck hunt, and squirrel hunt. Handles 2 3/4 up to 3 1/2. No recoil what-so-ever. Goosehunt with it, and never feel a thing. Camo version. It is a little pricey, but, I would compare it with the SBEII and other top end guns before making a final decision. I've had guys that love benelli hold that versa max, even shoot it, then throw down the benelli. Has a real solid feel about it. Anyway, just a thought, to complicate your situation more !
Browning - A5g's were solid. Only browning I currently use is my Gold Stalker 10 gauge semi-auto. My goose gun, and it's a stud ! Nothing can evade a 3 1/2" round of BB's screaming at them outta that 10 gauge !
Ok. Back to trucks...
Don, you call that mud?? I think even shawn could have navigated those trails in the Ferd.....