Gun Report

Armscor M30R6/M30SAS1

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These guns offer good function and features at affordable prices.

Armscor M30R6/M30SAS1

Gun Details

Manufacturer
Model Name
Model Number
Home Defense
Hunting
Recreational
Competition
Price
Caliber/Gauge
Caliber Plus Cartridge
Capacity
Weight Unloaded
Warranty
Action Type
Ejectors
Chamber Length
Choke Tubes
Overall Length
Barrel Length
Receiver Material
Barrel Material
Rib Width
Sights
Stock Material
Forend
Buttstock
Length of Pull
Drop at Comb
Drop at Heel
Trigger Pull Weight Bottom
Trigger Pull Weight Top

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The heatshield-equipped M30SAS1 was longer and heavier than the M30R6, partly due to the heat shield. For the shooting we did, we didn't see much of a need for the heat shield.
Both Armscor guns held the shell in the carrier with the action open.
The Armscor magazine release was located in the same area as the Mossberg's switch, which we liked. But the tab could have been bigger, we thought.
The M30R6's hard-rubber buttpad (top) had sharp edges. The M30SAS1's soft buttpad (bottom) reduced felt recoil and was easier to mount.

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