- Meister der jagd
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The best way to describe it is that it is deceiving in looks. It looked small but had a full size stock and 32 in barrels. Was light but neutrally weighted and swings well. It also shot flat with a legitimate 50/50 spread above and below the bead. The ejectors are gentle jumping out just into your hand and not fire several feet away..I'm not a fan of overly strong ejectors, maybe because I'm a range officer and have to pick up shells that people have ejected all over the place!
Four shots is not a good test but from what I saw and felt, it's something I would be happy to use. In fact, I get the impression that you could buy this gun and use it for the rest of your life and be happy all that time.
It's not in the F3 class and would suggest some addition weight would be useful for extended shoots but as an all rounder
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