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Nice review.

This is my what I use for virtually all my rough shooting never let me down and as you say is a good tool for the job, not tried on light loads as normally 32g no5's.

Only issue I had with it when first bought was the bead sight fell out after a few outings, dealer gave me a new one which I put a drop of Loctite on it to make sure it stayed put.

Mick

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54 minutes ago, powler said:

Nice review.

This is my what I use for virtually all my rough shooting never let me down and as you say is a good tool for the job, not tried on light loads as normally 32g no5's.

Only issue I had with it when first bought was the bead sight fell out after a few outings, dealer gave me a new one which I put a drop of Loctite on it to make sure it stayed put.

Mick

same happened to me, managed to Loctite it before it came all the way out

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A chap I used to shoot with, whenever he had a new gun the first thing he did was to remove the bead from the rib. He used to say, “silly thing, you don’t need it.”  I agree with him but never remove mine as I never see them anyway.

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I love these guns and renew mine every three years. Easy to look after quick and pointable whats not too like. Remove the bead and don't snag the hide. It could be improved by making the slides in bare metal rather than painted, loosing the gaps under the rib, a self aligning bar to make reassembly a bit easier. 

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On 14/05/2021 at 09:14, oowee said:

I love these guns and renew mine every three years. Easy to look after quick and pointable whats not too like. Remove the bead and don't snag the hide. It could be improved by making the slides in bare metal rather than painted, loosing the gaps under the rib, a self aligning bar to make reassembly a bit easier. 

definitely right on the self aligning bar, its a pain to get back together sometimes.

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