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waterfowlhunter wrote:I have had both and still have the Benelli’s. There was nothing wrong with the functionality of the Versamax but the weight and the feel of it just was not for me. electricity and circuits class 6 cbse I prefer the slim forend and lighter weight of the Benelli as compared to the versamax And the Benelli just handles better for me. My Benelli’s all have better triggers although I only noticed it while at the pattern board so that really did not matter as much. Both great guns and being that Remington Copied a Benelli M4 for the Versamax it should be a reliable action.

The browning was a long recoil action not an inertia action. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KiCoQU-mFz8 Not even close to the same operating system different in both design and operation. but you would have known that if you were not just a troll. see the video of the Browning above and Benelli has one on their site about the inertia system.

And on the recoil. I could not tell the difference between the recoil in the Remington Versamax or V3’s that I had as compared to the M2’s and SBE II’s and III’s in the field. Now at the pattern board I could tell the difference and that is due to the extra 2 pounds the Remington weighs and nothing else. I shoot sporting clays with the M2 and SBE’s and never notice the recoil with 1-1/8 oz 1250 fps rounds. Now in the blind with the 1-9/16 3.5" mags you do notice it in the Benelli but did in the Versamax too.

Beretta06 wrote:I have 10 leasers at our Duck club. 3 years ago there were 2 leasers with the Versamax today this year there is one. The one is contemplating on a Beretta. His son owns an A300 and 400. power quiz questions There are no SBE’s at our club. Although several guests shoot SBE’s. I think the Break down is 8 Beretta’s 1 versamax 2 870’s 1Ruger red label. That includes my son and I as the owners.

A buddy shoots an A400 we call it a smurf gun with the pretty Blue Receiver. He loves it for clays and I like shooting it too but no longer hunts with it. Went back to his Remington 1100. He has the same issue I do with the safety in front of the trigger, We forget where it is because we are so used to it being in the "right place" but it is a very nice shooting gun and has not once Failed to function even with 1oz loads.

BUT he just bought an A400 20ga and it has issues. done with electricity tattoo book The bolt never locks back on the last round and often will not load the second round from the magazine. We assume it is because the bolt is not cycling completely as it always ejects the empty. So basically he breaks it down about every 50 rounds and oils it up real good and it will cycle but even then it will not lock open on the last round. Only has about 400 rounds of Federal and Winchester 7/8 oz 1200fps rounds through it so far. u gas station near me We are thinking it just needs more break in time but if you have several of these Berettas have you ever seen one do this?

Beretta06 wrote:I have 10 leasers at our Duck club. 3 years ago there were 2 leasers with the Versamax today this year there is one. The one is contemplating on a Beretta. His son owns an A300 and 400. There are no SBE’s at our club. Although several guests shoot SBE’s. I think the Break down is 8 Beretta’s 1 versamax 2 870’s 1Ruger red label. That includes my son and I as the owners.

A buddy shoots an A400 we call it a smurf gun with the pretty Blue Receiver. r gas constant chemistry He loves it for clays and I like shooting it too but no longer hunts with it. Went back to his Remington 1100. He has the same issue I do with the safety in front of the trigger, We forget where it is because we are so used to it being in the "right place" but it is a very nice shooting gun and has not once Failed to function even with 1oz loads.

BUT he just bought an A400 20ga and it has issues. The bolt never locks back on the last round and often will not load the second round from the magazine. We assume it is because the bolt is not cycling completely as it always ejects the empty. So basically he breaks it down about every 50 rounds and oils it up real good and it will cycle but even then it will not lock open on the last round. Only has about 400 rounds of Federal and Winchester 7/8 oz 1200fps rounds through it so far. gas station in spanish We are thinking it just needs more break in time but if you have several of these Berettas have you ever seen one do this?

Beretta06 wrote:I have 10 leasers at our Duck club. 3 years ago there were 2 leasers with the Versamax today this year there is one. The one is contemplating on a Beretta. His son owns an A300 and 400. There are no SBE’s at our club. gas and bloating pain Although several guests shoot SBE’s. I think the Break down is 8 Beretta’s 1 versamax 2 870’s 1Ruger red label. That includes my son and I as the owners.

A buddy shoots an A400 we call it a smurf gun with the pretty Blue Receiver. He loves it for clays and I like shooting it too but no longer hunts with it. Went back to his Remington 1100. npower electricity supplier number He has the same issue I do with the safety in front of the trigger, We forget where it is because we are so used to it being in the "right place" but it is a very nice shooting gun and has not once Failed to function even with 1oz loads.

BUT he just bought an A400 20ga and it has issues. The bolt never locks back on the last round and often will not load the second round from the magazine. We assume it is because the bolt is not cycling completely as it always ejects the empty. So basically he breaks it down about every 50 rounds and oils it up real good and it will cycle but even then it will not lock open on the last round. Only has about 400 rounds of Federal and Winchester 7/8 oz 1200fps rounds through it so far. We are thinking it just needs more break in time but if you have several of these Berettas have you ever seen one do this?