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    That's the one trigger wholesale is bringing in, my local guy does not have a good opinion of them so I went elsewhere.
    Trigger does say their shotgun is better, and takes 3" shells, canuck brand(Odell importer) is just 2.5" shells.
    If the Lazer is really better, I'll ditch the canuck for it.

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    Looks like a good slug chucker.

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    5min look and 2 test fire thoughts.
    SA is nice
    DA is heavy as hell
    The trigger is really wide, and terrible for DA but feels good for SA.
    I think with the grip area, the length to trigger in DA really makes it feel awkward.
    The cylinder cover does still let out a puff of air somewhere, as I felt it on my forearm. Felt weird but ok.
    Ejected the shells and they flew out, which was surprising.
    The chokes have notches in them to differentiate them, not sure what is what though.

    Sights are weird but seem functional.

    I'd handle one before buying one, I probably won't be using it much but it's a cool looking shotgun.
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    Did anybody ever buy one of these? And if so please tell us all about it, how do you like it? Build quality? How does it shoot? Etc?.

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    My experience is above, furthermore, the double action is really almost too heavy to be used. Or at least enjoyed.
    I figured out what choke is what so now I have a full choke in it to test this spring, and I tightened the screws on the cylinder cover.
    Hoping to eliminate any gas escape onto my arm.
    The screws are small on the cylinder cover, and seem like they'd be easy to round over. Should be loctited I believe.
    The finish seems fine, the wood is actually nice. I notice turkish walnut can be pretty nice looking stuff.
    I think this is giving people the idea these shotguns, and other turkish ones, are worth more than they should be.

    I will probably be selling it off this summer. Might put it towards a henry lever action 410
    the wild still lingered in him and the wolf in him merely slept

    Liberty is not a thing for the great masses of men. It is the exclusive possession of a small and disreputable minority, like knowledge, courage and honor. It takes a special sort of man to understand and enjoy liberty and he is usually an outlaw in democratic societies. - H.L. Mencken

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