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Old 12-25-2011, 12:35 AM
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Mossberg design is very robust. they have two extractor to hold the spent shell tight when extracting. The biggest thing is the feeder.....the one that lift the shell up to be fed into the chamber. It is not spring loaded like the Remington. That's where two of the 12 gauge failed and I had to return them. I never have a malfunction once on the mossberg. When your life depend on it, you need this kind of reliability.
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Old 12-25-2011, 10:22 PM
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Mossberg design is very robust. they have two extractor to hold the spent shell tight when extracting. The biggest thing is the feeder.....the one that lift the shell up to be fed into the chamber. It is not spring loaded like the Remington. That's where two of the 12 gauge failed and I had to return them. I never have a malfunction once on the mossberg. When your life depend on it, you need this kind of reliability.
Yes its a very tough gun and reliable also. Its for defense so its got to be good.
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Old 12-19-2012, 11:49 PM
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Lucky the Yak wishes you all a Merry Christmas too!

It's my brother's pet Yak. He used to raise them. Lucky was born premature and the herd tried to kill it, as they will. He rescued it an bottle fed it and now it's like a pet dog. For some reason his UPS guy won't get out of his truck, lol.
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