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  • The Exorcist
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    Time to move on, every nation on earth has its 12-guage pumps and the POS's get forgotten quickly.

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  • Trung Si
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    Do you all give up on that Shotgun?

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  • Super Six 4
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    Hehe sorry, nothing personal!--I don't know pump shotguns all that well and that was just one name that popped into my head.

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  • Trung Si
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    Originally posted by Super Six 4 View Post
    Uh......hmmm....random guess but Ithaca 37?
    OMG, No In my mind, the Ithaca Model 37 is the best pump shotgun ever made, pictured below.

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  • Super Six 4
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    Uh......hmmm....random guess but Ithaca 37?

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  • Trung Si
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    Originally posted by skiplc View Post
    Mossberg 500
    No, the Mossberg 500 is a fine Shotgun, it has a lot of fans, this one has hardly any, including me.

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  • skiplc
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    Mossberg 500

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  • Trung Si
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    Originally posted by skiplc View Post
    Let's try Model 12 Winchester.
    No Skip, here is another hint, It's a POS!

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  • skiplc
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    Let's try Model 12 Winchester.

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  • Trung Si
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    Originally posted by Bdell View Post
    J C HIGGINS AND i DON'T KNOW THE MODEL.
    No, Hint a much more famous name.

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  • Bdell
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    J C HIGGINS AND i DON'T KNOW THE MODEL.

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  • Trung Si
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    Name the Brand and Model of this 12 gauge Pump Shotgun.

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  • Super Six 4
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    Ah I didn't know that about BRNO. Haha that's funny about the carbine but kind of bad too. I think I like the looks of the full/fuller size better.

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  • Trung Si
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    Originally posted by Super Six 4 View Post
    Ah it looks nice. I'll have to look on mine and see if it says something similar. I think in the meantime (at least sometime before getting mine/my researching their products) they probably just shortened it to Ceska. Also, I think the BRNO part is the same but I want to also say that they have something like "Uhersky Brod" or the like. A quick search on google says that Brno is a big city in the Czech Republic so I assume that's where they're based.

    How does an 8 mm one like that feel compared to something like a Mosin Nagant which was a bit smaller caliber (if you have shot one like that)? Just curious because I have shot a Mosin Nagant and it was pretty awesome. e
    BRNO was the big Arsenal the Germans took over in WWII and had them make the K98s, the Germans called them Bruno's (the Rifles), they were some of the finest Mauser's ever made and were sold all over the World, even after WWII, probably until the 1960s.
    The 8mm to me feels like a .308, not as much kick as a 30-06 shot from a 03A3.
    I have shot a 91/30 Nagant and its kick is not too much because of thsize of the Rifle, however I do not own one, but I do own a Chinese copy of the Russian M44, a Type 53 Carbine, it kicks like a Mule and throws a two foot flame, I hate that thing, it's far worse than shooting an Enfield #5 Jungle Carbine.

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  • Super Six 4
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    Originally posted by Trung Si View Post
    Mine is an older Rifle, It's on a what looks to be a 1950s Mauser K98 Receiver, on the ation it says "Ceskovenska' Zbrojovka A.S.,BRNO."
    It's still in 8MM and I used for a hunting Rifle years ago.

    Ah it looks nice. I'll have to look on mine and see if it says something similar. I think in the meantime (at least sometime before getting mine/my researching their products) they probably just shortened it to Ceska. Also, I think the BRNO part is the same but I want to also say that they have something like "Uhersky Brod" or the like. A quick search on google says that Brno is a big city in the Czech Republic so I assume that's where they're based.

    How does an 8 mm one like that feel compared to something like a Mosin Nagant which was a bit smaller caliber (if you have shot one like that)? Just curious because I have shot a Mosin Nagant and it was pretty awesome. e

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