Written on: 10/08/2012
Owned one for some 15 years. When it works it works beautifully, lob bismuth or steel 31/2 inch through it's overbored ten bore barrels with impressive results. However it might as well have been a single barrel. When you pump if the gun is pointed skywards it drops the second cartridge down into the receiver at an angle and jams every time.
The slide release is immediately behind the trigger so as soon as you fire a heavy load cartridge the recoil causes your second figure to hit the release-result the fired cartridge appears partially out of the chamber! sometimes immediately on firing.Then it jams (of course)
Finally take great care to ensure the barrel/magazine retaining nut is fully tightened home or the gun remains off its face so all you get is a lightly dented cartridge and a slight click when you expect a bang!!
Makes a hell of a noise in predawn wildfowling as you load up!
However it was very cheap its a shame that barrel wasn't on a single as at least then I would it will definitely go off when I pull the trigger
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