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    Here's another vote for the pump. I've seen so many wasted shots with autoloaders. The pumps are fast but deliberate. That split second between the two means the difference between a wild second shot and a deliberate one more likely to find it's mark. I grew up wing shooting and that has been my experience.

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    Hey Chris - my son bought a Mossberg 930 semi-auto and he's been happy with it.
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    Why an auto loader? Get a 870 Remington 12 gauge and you can handle anything. - locoman

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    Quote Originally Posted by shawlerbrook View Post
    Look for a good, used Remington 1100 or 1187. They are a little beefy but pretty much foolproof and way under your budget.
    got that right,I bought Remington 1187 a couple years back in 20 ga. and love it,never had one fail to feed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by locoman View Post
    Why an auto loader? Get a 870 Remington 12 gauge and you can handle anything. - locoman
    I still have mine from when I was a teen along with several other pumps. It has never failed over all of those years!

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    This might be a long shot in your area but I bought a Remington 20 gauge 1187 the other day on clearance at Walmart for $124 plus tax. Another store had the 12 gauge 1187 discounted to the same price but it sold before I could get there. If you run the UPCs on Brickseek or Dexter Clearance you can see if there are any near your zip code. FWIW the 12 gauge UPC is 047700298795 and the 20 gauge is 047700836263.
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    Quote Originally Posted by locoman View Post
    Why an auto loader? Get a 870 Remington 12 gauge and you can handle anything. - locoman
    Only problem I've ever had with my 870 is a stovepipe failure to eject. I pumped it with a little more authority after that and never had an issue ever again
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    You can shoot a pump almost as fast as an autoloader but when you pump it, it pulls the barrel down out of recoil lining up for the next shot. Not with a Autoloader. - Locomon


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