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    Norinco JR2000 Coach Gun 12 Gauge, 12" Barrel - Lockhart Tactical $373.27

    As of the time of this post there are 861 units in stock.

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    https://www.lockharttactical.com/pro...ternal-hammers

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    Why would it say not recommended for heavy loads?

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    Probably because of recoil. As in heavy loads mean more recoil, more recoil means more things fall off?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haywire1 View Post
    Probably because of recoil. As in heavy loads mean more recoil, more recoil means more things fall off?
    If the gun cant handle heavy loads... I dont think I want it. It would be a different scenario if it was an older gun with some character, but this is Norinco.

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    This thread can be deleted. It appears as if there is something wrong with their website. Apparently they don't have any in stock; contrary to what the website states.

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    Lockhart never has anything in stock, they are a drop shipper. Big thread about in on CGN.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haywire1 View Post
    Probably because of recoil. As in heavy loads mean more recoil, more recoil means more things fall off?
    There's some truth in that. Buddies one has a broken lock now. It's essentially scrap, since he's not about to pay someone to make parts for and fix the thing. It didn't see many rounds.
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    I shoot mine with Cambodian Tire loads all the time. It is fun to own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark-II View Post
    There's some truth in that. Buddies one has a broken lock now. It's essentially scrap, since he's not about to pay someone to make parts for and fix the thing. It didn't see many rounds.
    I have a bunch of spare parts from when I got a kit with a long barrel, what is it that he actually needs? Or is the lug on his barrel busted?


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