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    I was looking hard at the Benelli Super Sport, I think same as montefelro but synthetic stock. It pulled up like a dream and shot great. I thought it had less recoil the the Benelli Ethos.

    Trap guys will tell you to get a Beretta, hunting guys will say Benelli is only way to go.

    Wife has a Weatherby SA-08. Fit the best for her. 26″ barrel.

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    Shooting trap? Pheasants, doves, ducks?

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    in reply to: Tires #1563419

    Running Firestone Transforce AT’s on truck now. Seem to be holding up ok, lot of towing and gravel .

    I researched a lot before buying them, and have been pretty happy so far.

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    Yep, no issues yet. None from anyone else I know, probably 6-8 that do it regularly too. Boat tires follow camper tires, no problem taking corners. Backing up can be done, just don’t get yourself in a tight gas station or parking lot. Usually I am going to SoDak and it is common to see there. Seen pontoons behind also. Never been hassled by the law.

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    in reply to: Ruger MK III #1567649

    For the MK3, go to http://www.tandemkross.com and get the hammer spring bushing. Mags will drop out when press mag release, not hang up. Assembly is simplified. Easier to run with bolt release. Best $15 you will spend on a mk3. Trust me. Buy one for all of yours and an extra for a buddy. Makes em run like my 22/45 MK II…..

    https://www.tandemkross.com/Steel-Hammer-Bushing-for-Mark-III-and-2245-Pistols_p_9.html

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    Most of the guys I have heard have sugar shacks. Out building with a old wood stove in it, keep feeding it splits and reducing adult beverages too…..

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    Cool looking bucks, that one is massive. Good luck with the sell, do what you want and be happy with that decision.

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    in reply to: Reciprocity MN #1570932

    Quote by: oaxaca

    Quote by: robert1976

    I believe MN doesn’t honor the permits from any of the states it shares a border with. They always have an excuse as to why but to me it boils down to childish games. I was all set to get my NR MN carry permit but I decided not to at the last minute because it was going to cost $200 for a five year permit and I’m not going to waste my money just to gain one state.

    I only live 20min form the border and used to go to MN a lot but I’m starting to really dislike the state and might start staying in IA more.

    I am sure they are absolutely devastated up there.

    Not sure the point is trying to “hurt” the state, but if a person chooses not to spend their hard earned money in a state that has different views, why not. I haven’t had a fishing/camping trip to MN in a while. I have no problem going to SoDak……

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    If there was a good reason for not having more than one rider, I could see it being a legit ticket. Just one more way to get some $$$$$…..

    I pay a registration fee and insurance on the quad, have a truck that is insured and licensed pulling a licensed trailer to get to the lake. When they gonna start registering pop up shacks?

    Heck, I have pulled 4 flip overs, had 4 people on quad and a few more riding on the shacks, at a blistering speed of 5 MPH!!!!!!! This was on private ground, for all the internet Po-Po’s out there.

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    Yep, dead nutz reliable. Has only not stayed running on one occasion, -10 temps, it got snowed on and rode in a pickup bed for 4 hours. Pretty sure carb got moisture in it. Other than that, it starts on 1-2 pulls when proper starting procedure is followed. Switch on, choke, prime 4-5 times, pull rope and pop choke off. Have had a leaky gas tank after bouncing around in bottom of shack after long trip, put a new one on, no big deal.

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    Fridges make a mess…..I have heard about 6 pounds will blow a hole thru the floor and roof an old VW bug…..may even take down a dead tree, sending branches 100 yards away……

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    in reply to: Gunbroker #1571741

    A++, have sold quite a few and bought a few. Make sure if selling you have a lot of pictures, and go over and take pics of all good and bad. I have usually dealt with Money Orders, bought a few with credit card. Usually pretty smooth. There can be good deals, just got to watch and be ready to bid.

    Only negative was a old Ithaca SxS that had a small ding in barrel, I suspected from shipping, as it did not show up in the pics. It cost me about $50 to have it fixed, I ate it. But, other than that, all great.

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    Firestone Trasnforce A/T’s. I have about 15,000 miles on this set and seem to be good. No traction issues. I pull something about 75% of the time. Lot of gravel.

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    Carb cleaner will blast the crud and loosing it up too. I like CLP. Also use anti seize for breach on chokes as well.

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    in reply to: 1100 Extractor #1576562

    I just replaced mine in my 870, I think they are the same as 1100’s. Mine was still working but had a lot of rounds thru and decided to replace it while I had gun stripped to clean. It was a Volquartsen part so you know quality is good, and Iowa company to boot. Can order from their website too, but I had other parts to order.

    https://www.midwayusa.com/product/518215/volquartsen-exact-edge-extractor-remington-870-1100

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tN5Zs0xa1t8

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