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Thread: Remington 11-87 vs Stoeger m3500

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    Default Remington 11-87 vs Stoeger m3500

    Thinkin about purchasing a new shotgun to hunt everything from turkey to dove.... maybe the Remington 11-87 or the Stoeger m3500. Do any of you have any experience with any of these

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    11-87

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    11-87 hands down. You can find stuff for it easier and it is an awesome gun.
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    Remington 11-87

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    I'd have to go 11-87

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    if you find 2 1187's let me know..im wanting to purchase one as of now!
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    I've owned my 11-87 for 16 years and it has yet to fail to cycle a shell. The o-ring on the gas piston has dry rotted once but was replaced with a 11 o-ring from the hardware store. I bought a 20 ga 11-87 last year and its just as reliable so far.
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    I will go with the 3500 every time. If you ever pick one up and get a chance to shoot it you will be blown away. Put a 2 &3/4 a 3 and a 3 & 1/2 in it in any order you want and just keep pulling the trigger. Every 3500 made will shoot 3 & 1/2 inch shells and are cheaper than the certain models of 1187 that will shoot them. I got my 3500 for less than $600 including tax and it is well worth the money. Put the recoil reducing buffer in the stock and the 3 & 1/2 shells really aint that bad.

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