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does anyone own one of these or has anybody ever used one? Would like some input on them. Gonna buy a new duck/turkey gun here soon and dont know what I want. Was gonna buy a extrema 2 but dont like where the safety is located.
 

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I use one and it's a great gun. Had a little issue with jamming. Bought it used. I took it completely apart and cleaned it and been fine since. It's a nice gun for the money IMO
 

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I've got one and its an awesome gun for the money. The only problem I've had is some dirt behind the trigger and it wouldn't fire. Dropped the trigger assembly in the field, cleaned and shot some ducks. Super easy to clean, really simple design.
 

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I love mine, this was duck season number 3 with no problems!!
 

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Can't go wrong! I've shot mine for dove, duck, goose and turkey and it's great for all. Just like any gun keep it clean and it does great
 

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Ive got the one in max4 camo its awesome! Great gun for the money! Just be carefull with the type of oil you use if you put it on the stock (synthetic oil i believe) it will take the paint right off and youll be left with a white gun! Thats what ive heard anyways
 

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Just be carefull with the type of oil you use if you put it on the stock
Watch the solvents too, especially winchesters powder blast. Bought a can of that to try once and that chit ate right through the rubber backing on my cleaning mat, definitely don't think you'd wanna use it on a synth stock.
 

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Watch the solvents too, especially winchesters powder blast. Bought a can of that to try once and that chit ate right through the rubber backing on my cleaning mat, definitely don't think you'd wanna use it on a synth stock.
I love that powder blast, but you are correct, it will eat through almost anything. If I get it on anything that isn't the bore or the action, I immediately wipe it dry. Good stuff, though. And as for the original question, my hunting buddy has a 2000 that he uses for everything and he loves it. Never had a single issue with it.
 

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I bought one about 2 years ago and the gun was a perfect fit for me with a 24" barrel in timber and a 26" barrel when hunting open water for ducks and geese. Never had an issue with jamming, very easy to take apart and clean, love the gun and believe it to be better than the Browning Gold Hunter I had. I loved my first one so much I bought a second as a back up gun.
 
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