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11 minutes ago, bowguide said:

But it was a great gun for me

only a month after you sold it to me

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Hope you got it for half price , since it was such a piece of crap .

cant believe it when guys sell something knowing it had an issue , passing it off to the next owner .

 

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1 minute ago, hammer4reel said:

Hope you got it for half price , since it was such a piece of crap .

cant believe it when guys sell something knowing it had an issue , passing it off to the next owner .

 

Told me it was a great shooter just too heavy for him

still a great shooter and I left it just the way he sold it to me and it’s not too heavy for me😁

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Ford or Chevy, Duke or Victor, Big Mac or Whopper.  Yada, Yada, Yada

Savage 220 is nice, light, tag filling hunting implement. A solid bolt action slug gun. The 212 kicks like a mule

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11 hours ago, bowguide said:

But it was a great gun for me

only a month after you sold it to me

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I traded that 20 ga H & R to Cheyenne Mountain  I would never sell a bad one to anyone. I sold it cheap and it was a good shooter when it went bang.

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18 hours ago, bushden said:

You are one of the lucky ones They are a piece of Sh_T

Add me to that lucky list.  Never had an issue with my HR20. I bought both, HR for myself and 220 for my Dad.  Both are very accurate but others mentioned earlier, the 220 feels like a cheap toy and the HR is heavy and imbalanced.  Both kill deer just fine. 

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Does any one else shoot smooth barrel and use rifled slugs? I can't justify 20 bucks for 5 shots. I have an hr but choose to use the 1187 with Remington sluggers. As many deer as I shoot with a shotgun, compared the amount of sluggers I have, I should be good until I die. 

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33 minutes ago, bushden said:

I traded that 20 ga H & R to Cheyenne Mountain  I would never sell a bad one to anyone. I sold it cheap and it was a good shooter when it went bang.

The 12 wasn’t cheap it was going rate and you never mentioned any issues

it always goes bang

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44 minutes ago, KBfishing said:

Does any one else shoot smooth barrel and use rifled slugs? I can't justify 20 bucks for 5 shots. I have an hr but choose to use the 1187 with Remington sluggers. As many deer as I shoot with a shotgun, compared the amount of sluggers I have, I should be good until I die. 

I shoot a 1100 12 ga smooth slug barrel. Killed my share with it and my first ever deer with it many years ago. But I’m only shooting 1 oz slugs not rifled. 

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2 hours ago, bowguide said:

The 12 wasn’t cheap it was going rate and you never mentioned any issues

it always goes bang

There  was never any issue with the 12 it was just to heavy and not balanced for my liking.

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3 hours ago, OMC said:

For all you guys loving the HR I have a 12 that is gathering dust in my safe for a long time. 
I may have to put it up for sale. 
 

I went to a 220 newer model and I’m very happy with it. 

Price on hr may know a guy who would want it

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16 hours ago, bushden said:

I wonder how you would have felt if you pulled the trigger and just heard a click, more than a couple HR owners heard that click, you were lucky with that little buck.

I would of laughed, named him lucky and watched that little buck walk away:rofl: 

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I’m surprised no one has mentioned the Thompson Center Encore or Pro Hunter, My two sons and I all have 12 gauges and I just bought 20 gauge for my grandchildren to use in the future, We’ve  had good luck with ours  very accurate and dependable, our guns and barrels are all from TC before purchased by Smith & Wesson

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15 minutes ago, Bigmac said:

I’m surprised no one has mentioned the Thompson Center Encore or Pro Hunter, My two sons and I all have 12 gauges and I just bought 20 gauge for my grandchildren to use in the future, We’ve  had good luck with ours  very accurate and dependable, our guns and barrels are all from TC before purchased by Smith & Wesson

Tough to find. S & W destroyed Thompson. 

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