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The nice thing I do with this is I do not keep a shot in the chamber when I have this stored for home defense but I have the magazine tube loaded. The switch is designed to throw one shot into the reciever and close the bolt ready to fire when this switch is pushed forward, a great feature to have that is safer then Escort mp 12 g one in the chamber at all times. The nice thing about this shotgun is that not only does a pistol grip come standard, but it is also elastic covered which is super comfortable, probably Escort mp 12 g of the best grips I've ever held.
Another nice thing is that the recoil spring is not inside of the stock like the mossberg has which means if you really wanted to you could buy just the pistol grip and ditch the stock completely if you wanted too. This shotgun seems almost perfect! But there are 2 cons that I have found while owning this gun. Both of which are for the most part not bad at all but simply require knowledge of beforehand in order to keep from jamming your gun. Here is the problem: Imagine that the magazine is completely loaded but there are no rounds in the chamber and the bolt is closed like the picture on the left.
Now it seems that you only need to cock the handle back to load one in the chamber right? This jams the gun. Now I have experimented with this for quite some time and I have relized that two factors come into play here: The magazine spring when loaded to full capacity will push shells so fast that it will actually over ride the side clamps that are suppose to prevent 2 shells from entering the action.
If you load only 3 shots or so this jam will not happen due to the Edcort being under-tensioned and therefore allowing the side clamps to intercept the second Esort. The type of mmp plays a role as well, I haven't tested all brands but for some reason high quality shells have a Esscort bigger rim that allows Escprt the side clamps to Slut tag images the second shell. So in some cases shooting higher quality ammunition will prevent this jam.
To prevent this from happening always load a round in the chamber before you load gg the magazine, I have never had this problem while just shooting the gun because the bolt carrier system works even faster than the magazine can push the shells out which completely prevents this type of jam while just firing normally. This Jam will not happen if you are just shooting the shotgun, it will only happen if you physically pull back the bolt while the magazine is full. E-MOOB Whether your an occasional clay or pigeon shooter or a professional game keeper - this is the peoples gun.
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