I have a Remington Nylon 77 and I ordered a clip from a local gunshop, this clip was plastic and after a years use will not hold the bullets in, (if I put in more than 1 bullet they pop right back out)
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I have a Remington 870 20-gauge with the factory barrel and choke installed. So far it has been shooting birdshot just fine, my question is, is a different barrel needed for buckshot? I know a different one is needed for slugs, but is the same true for buckshot?
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My remington tac 1 airsoft shotgun is fairly loud does anyone know how to make a silencer for it?
Question by runthunter246 | last reply
Ok i know there all the same guns basicaly but they have there differnces and im just wondering what gun is overall better if you can can u tell me teh pros and cons of all of them because im thinking about buying a airsoft gun version ( yes i kno there differnt) but i usualy want insite on the real version of guns like my barret ish m24 hybridish sniper rifle
Topic by gotja | last reply
What is the best way to shoot a hat with a remington 870 express magnum 20 gauge shotgun? when i did it it put a giant hole in the hat and i wanted the little bb's to hit it not explode. btw the shotgun is youth model with shoulder pad to make it adult size ...(ps i also have a .410 but im very bad at it >.<)
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Yes, it is the only shotgun rubber band gun that I know of. It is based off of the Remington M870 and can be easily modified to be both be in an entry shotgun configuration, with tactical buttstock, or in a "Breeching weapon" configuration, with no buttstock. In the first picture, it is in the entry configuration. In the second picture, it is in the breeching configuration, but with the buttstock shown to show how it could be carried in a briefcase or something similar. There is no difference whatsoever between the two, other than the obvious difference in the buttstock, but less obvious, the breeching configuration has more mobility in the cocking hammer, so it works better. I am sorry for the lack of pictures of the internals, I will hopefully be posting them in the future.
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OK, so I got two projects for this winter. One - building a lathe for woodturning. Not a mini-lathe, but a bit more serious piece of equipment that I could use for some furniture details. Two - apple mill for cider. And I have two salvaged electric motors laying around. One is from an old Remington chainsaw, 1400 W and probably some quite serious speed. The other one is from a pump, actually water automate that sat on my 15-meter borewell. Do not have the data, but most probably slower (and it is way bigger). Problem is, I have zero experience with such stuff. For setting up the electricity side I will probably call in the cavalry, but first i need to decide, which motor I will use for which purpose. So, any advice, gurus?
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