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POLL: What manufacturer of rifle/shotgun do you prefer?

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What manufacturer of rifle/shotguns?

Poll ended at Friday, 05 December 2008, 20:54 PM

Remington
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45%
Winchester
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21%
Savage
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8%
Mossberg
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18%
New England
3
8%
Uncle Henry
0
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Total votes: 38

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Post by Corn_Bread » Sunday, 30 November 2008, 20:54 PM

I prefer Remington my self


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Post by quickdraw83 » Sunday, 30 November 2008, 20:56 PM

I'm a Remington guy myself....thats what i started with and probably what ill end with. except someday i will have myself a browning o/u for trap.

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Post by SwampHog » Sunday, 30 November 2008, 20:56 PM

ive always been remington guy for shotguns and rifles

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Post by 626 » Sunday, 30 November 2008, 21:07 PM

Remington rifles and shotguns. You cant beat the price and you cant beat the available accessories.

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Post by ringer » Sunday, 30 November 2008, 21:10 PM

H&K and my Mossberg 500 with the large capacity tube


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Post by jessejamesdallas » Sunday, 30 November 2008, 21:12 PM

Remington is the name on all my guns and rifles...But really, as long as the thing makes a BIG BANG, and things fall dead on the other end, I don't guess it reall maters much "Who's" name is on it! :lol:
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Post by SwampHog » Sunday, 30 November 2008, 21:32 PM

**NON-SPONSOR** wrote:Remington rifles and shotguns. You cant beat the price and you cant beat the available accessories.

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yup..price, parts available, and reliability = remington

I got a mosberg and savage also, good guns as well.

But after all my dx numbers are 597....from my first gun a Remington 597 :D
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Post by Shaft » Sunday, 30 November 2008, 21:41 PM

What's with you guys and these polls leaving options off? BEER, you left of Root Beer. CHEW, you left off Big League Chew.

But on a serious note you didn't put Beretta on the list. I think by far they are the best shot guns.





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Post by ksphotoguy » Sunday, 30 November 2008, 22:14 PM

Ruger- high powered rifles, .22 rifles, & revolvers

Winchester & Remington - shotguns

Kimber & Beretta auto loading pistols

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Post by Stoneman » Sunday, 30 November 2008, 23:05 PM

Mossberg, I could'nt afford those high dollar Remy's...

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Post by Foxhunter » Sunday, 30 November 2008, 23:20 PM

On the vote at the top I chose Mossberg. I had a nice Police-Issue 12GA (short barrel) pistol grip riot gun by Mossberg-----and loved it. Favorite shotgun.

I also like Ruger, Colt and Remington. Beretta makes (as they always have) some of the finest guns----period.

H&K has some real goodies but I'm straying off-topic.

I love firearms so it's hard for me to say about favorites. I'm about as bad with guns as I am with CB's. Each make & type is unique and all to it's own in so many ways. Different characteristics and feel to them.

I'm afraid for example after the type of Obama's comments about Pennsylvanians "clutching their guns", that we will again see a major change for the worse in the gun laws.



My personal favorite by a close margin would be.......

Mauser
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Post by SARGE » Sunday, 30 November 2008, 23:28 PM

Remington model 700, you may run, but I'll lead!!!

for those listed, I'll have to choose remington and winchester, though I also have styer, gloack colt, ruger, and working on some H&K's along with a Benneli shotgun

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Post by rocketdeerdog » Monday, 01 December 2008, 2:14 AM

Browning

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Post by linx » Monday, 01 December 2008, 4:32 AM

Out of those brands, I like Winchester.


However, you failed to mention the best brands on the market....Browning and Benelli. Those 2 are the best, hands down.
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Post by treetall » Monday, 01 December 2008, 4:46 AM

well since i own 6 mossberg 500's and only one or two of all the other options listed my vote for my favorite shotgun goes to Mossberg. But my rifle is a Browning ( the best there is). In fact me and my buddy swear by mossberg's so much we got two shirts made with our cb handles on the front and Team Mossenburg on the back. im back quiet
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Post by Texas Mobil 219 » Monday, 01 December 2008, 5:01 AM

Im with JesseJames on this one.
jessejamesdallas wrote:Remington is the name on all my guns and rifles...But really, as long as the thing makes a BIG BANG, and things fall dead on the other end, I don't guess it reall maters much "Who's" name is on it! :lol:

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Post by black_dog106 » Tuesday, 02 December 2008, 17:23 PM

Yes, JJD is right, but i have to agree with Foxhunter, one of those Mausers sure would be nice. I dont even know where to buy one in the USA?

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Post by fatboy803 » Tuesday, 02 December 2008, 17:53 PM

Mossburg

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Post by DAYDREAMER » Tuesday, 02 December 2008, 18:04 PM

Belgium made Browning Lightning 12 gauge O/U for shotgun.
Savage 20 gauge side by side shotgun #2
Weatherby Mark VII for rifle.
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Post by 18wlr » Tuesday, 02 December 2008, 18:29 PM

I like winchester rifles, at least I did when they still made the model 70 and 94, but a lot of it has to do with individual guns. Some feel better and shoot better than others of the same model. I have other brands, but my model 70 30-06 is my go to gun. I will say that if you are looking for the best bang for your buck kinda thing you cant beat a savage. I used to have a savage model 110 in 30-06 that might not be fancy but it was accurate and dependable (and cheap). I have a savage (i think its a model 116, I'm on the road cant check to see) stainless synthetic .338 win mag that is also accurate and dependable. I should note that both of these are pre-accutrigger. However my brother has one with the accutrigger and he likes it.

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Post by Tucker Terra » Tuesday, 02 December 2008, 19:51 PM

Ya, its a pretty hard call.............I love my mossburg shotgun........But I love my other remington guns, but I have to say, I love the winchesters and I think their ammo is the best.....but thats all just opinion, everyone's got one, usually they are all different.

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Post by zeroDnow » Tuesday, 02 December 2008, 20:25 PM

Rifles...
Mauser M98 30-06 Custom Hand built in Belgium (MY FIRST)
Ruger 10/22 Suppressed and fully modded out (HOBBY TACK DRIVER)
Mauser M 03 .308 (MY BABY)
Browning 7mm mag lever action modified (MY NEWEST)
Hungarian AK-47 cutback colapsable (FAST TOY)

Pistols...

S&W M&P 40 (FOR CONCEALED CARRY)
Springfield dx 9mm (RANGE PISTOL)
Taurur PT 99 AFS (FIRST PISTOL)
Walther PPK (BOUGHT CHEAP)
Ruger 22 (NOTHIN SPECIAL)
Jennings 22 (JUNK.. LOL)

Just my favorites that I collected over the years...

sorry, didn't see all of these in the poll

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Post by shap1 » Tuesday, 02 December 2008, 20:46 PM

hahaha NEW ENGLAND is my choice. bought it for like 80 at wal-mart. the thing weighs like 4 pounds so it packs a HELL of a kick. id say its more like shooting a cannon. Its LOUD, SMALL, and never breaks.

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Post by Bolt cutter » Tuesday, 02 December 2008, 20:52 PM

Remington 700 CDL with a Zeiss Conquest. If you are a whitetail deer, you should be scared!
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Post by North Texas Mudduck » Tuesday, 02 December 2008, 22:22 PM

Shotguns
sheez these are for folks that couldnt hit the broad side of a barn with an Atomic Bomb

now we start talking about shooting downrange at 500 to 1000 yards then we can knock the pole out from underneath a stop sign

when i returned from overseas i had brought home some war trophies

got this real nice weapon
can sit down at 500 yards all afternoon
and hit a target

so i was showing my dad he says lets go out a try it

so i set it up and let him pull off a few rounds and off course he hit the targets

then i line up on a stop sign
about 350 yards
i tell him 4 shots and i hit the sign

hes looking thru a set of Gov issue spotters
i squeeze the trigger and he says i miss
i said what?????
i squeeze off another round
i says i miss
i say are you sure
says yes
i say ok 2 more shots
squeeze
no hit
i asked if hes focused in right
he says yes
i ask him to close his eyes and then look again
squeeze another round off
he looks and looks again
i say whats wrong ?
i cant find the sign.
i said it probably laying on the ground

he thought i was shooting at the center of sign while i was Aiming for the pole that was holding the sign just below the sign
it took me 4 shots but i was trying for 3 shots but i was showing off in front of my dad and not concentrating

anyways i try to stay away from firearms and various types of weaponery
brings back memeories
and they are hard to turn off.

anyways thanks for the memories

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Any of you shot gunners ever use a 35mm film canister for storing choke tubes?
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Post by fireball894 » Tuesday, 02 December 2008, 22:54 PM

This poll is quite diffucult. I like Remington...... absolutely LOVE TO DEATH my 700 ADL in .30-06... it was given to me by my wife grandfather.... so not only is it sentimental, it a great no bs, quality firearm. Just very well built all around.....

My first firearm was a Mossberg 500 in 3" 20 ga. It was passed down to me by my grandfather, its about 35-40 years old now and still works perfectly, and because I've had it so long, I can hit really good with it when I take it out for clays now and again. One thing I like about Mossbergs is the thumb safety... it just seems much less awkward.......

I bought a Winchester 1300 Ranger Deluxe 12 ga mag about 3 years ago and its excellent also. I was actualy going to buy an 870 Express, but when I seen the 1300 sitting there with much nicer wood and 3 choke tubes for only about 10 more dollars, I walked out with it. No complaints on the Winchester...

I like my Ruger 10/22. I've found that with a bull barrel and an aftermarket stock it really becomes an accurate little beast, and its fairly cheap to shoot and shoot and shoot......

Mosin Nagant 91/30- paid 100 bucks for this one, good accuracy, nice sights, great value for the money. A fun rifle, and you can often find surplus 7.62X54R ammo for a good price.... I keep it around in case the Germans are advancing haha.... but being part German maybe I should have got the Mauser, I dunno...

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Post by reelrebel18 » Wednesday, 17 December 2008, 20:48 PM

i do most all my hunting with my 1973 remingtom model 870 wingmaster

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Post by rayray1963 » Wednesday, 17 December 2008, 21:20 PM

As far as long guns go, I am a Parker Hale fan. Made in Brimmingham, England on the K98 mauser action. Next would be a Weatherby, then Browning A Bolt or Sako.

Shotgun would be a Browning Citori 20ga.

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Post by SoBo » Wednesday, 17 December 2008, 21:29 PM

Remington guy here ... well for shotguns
I've always like the marlin rifles

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Post by OD1 » Wednesday, 17 December 2008, 22:20 PM

benelli shotgun,ruger high power rifle

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Post by SUBWAY » Sunday, 18 January 2009, 23:27 PM

Browning and Weatherby Rifles by far. I guess that since U.S. Repeating Arms (Winchester) and Browning are the same co. I'll say winchester cuz brownings not on the list

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SHOTGUN CHOICE (Remington and Saiga)

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Remington 870 express
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Post by 26 TM 100 » Monday, 19 January 2009, 4:07 AM

Gun control is a little different over here in the U.K.........But I'm more than happy with my 'Daisy' BB gun!

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Post by IRON HORSE 128 » Monday, 19 January 2009, 7:09 AM

Savage rifles have come a long way. In my opinion for the money they are just as good if not better then Remington. Their stocks are pretty bad. But, their actions and trigger are one of the best. As far as shotguns. I would have to say Benelli abd Beretta for high dollar Shotguns. Remington is a awesome rifle maker and Mossberg for the lower end Riot rifle. Handguns, I would go with Sig,Kimber and Glock are my favorites.

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Post by Red Warrior » Monday, 19 January 2009, 8:45 AM

Stoeger

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Post by SUBWAY » Monday, 19 January 2009, 11:03 AM

I agree with Iron Horse. Savage is said to be the most accurate out of the box. So bang for the buck they have it even though the stocks are cheap. There must be some reason that a lot of swat teams/snipers are outfitted with them.

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