February 2003

Standard-Chamber Semiauto 12s: We Shoot Remington and Lanber

Not every hunter wants or needs to shoot 3- or 3.5-inch magnum shells. In fact, a 2.75-inch chamber is usually enough for hunting. But should you buy a more expensive 1100 or a cheaper Spanish gun?

Not every hunter needs to shoot 3- or 3.5-inch magnum shells. In fact, a 2.75-inch chamber is usually enough for hunting. Should you buy a more expensive 1100 or a cheaper Spanish gun?

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