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    Cool Derya Arms MK10 12 gauge 3", 20" Barrel shotguns in stock!

    Semi-auto 12 gauge made in Turkey shotguns.
    Specifications:

    Gauge: 12
    Chamber: 2-3/4" or 3"
    Capacity: 5
    Sights: Detachable Rear Carry Handle, Fiber Optic Front
    Stock: Telescopic/Folding
    Barrel: 20" Chromed
    Weight: 8.8 lbs.
    Comes With:

    Foam-Lined Seude Case
    2x 5rd mag
    1x 2rd mag

    Price: 1129.95







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    The barrel stamp says 2 3/4" but all the mags say 3" and the book says the 9+1 mag take 3" but the 2+1 mags only take 2 3/4" or vice versa.....so what is it? I dont want to throw in 3" if there is no room for them? Anyone......

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    same here....manual says the 2+1 and 5 round mags take both 2.75 and 3 ...the 10 only takes 2 3/4......also, no description of which chokes are what size and what the thread pattern is ...

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    mine all mags work with 3"
    CRAZY Fun to shoot!lol!!
    break in takes anywhere from 50-200 rounds depending on ammo
    i recommend get some 3" magnum and shoot at least 25 rounds of that before you shoot any light target loads.
    I would post a link to a youtube video i made about it , but it has a shout out to another dealer i got it from.

    Last edited by starpuss; 04-06-2016 at 05:38 PM.

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    I have a bunch of HV 3" that I want to break it in with. Just wanted to make sure because of all the contradicting info. Also, I took out the set screw and torque bolt that holds on the fixed butt stock and want to put in the folding attachment but it doesnt seem to want to come off.... anyone do this yet either?

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    Ya thats right about the chokes....they are marked with dashes but no legend as to what they are? I will have to ask O'Dell Engineering as they are the ones that imported them and distributed them to all the retailers. Ive asked them about the 3" question but no reply.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spotagwan View Post
    same here....manual says the 2+1 and 5 round mags take both 2.75 and 3 ...the 10 only takes 2 3/4......also, no description of which chokes are what size and what the thread pattern is ...
    JUst got this back from the importer, O'Dell Engineering

    Thanks for the message Joel. The manufacturer has stamped the new barrels as 2 3/4" only for feeding reliability. If you check the barrel chamber (and be sure to check yours) you will probably find it is bored for 3", I know my personal gun is. That said the 3" has always been problematic in the larger magazines, they just seem to drag enough to cause issues. The 9 rounder is reputed to be a real pain, of course we don't have them here. So, long story short, use 2 3/4" shells, minimum 1 1/8 oz loads and enjoy your Mk 10. If you want to hunt and need 3" check the chamber and carefully, if it measures out properly for 3" (so about 3 1/4" - 3 1/2" to the START of the forcing cone) then try one and see how it cycles. Your 2 shot magazine should work okay, mine does. I hope this helps.

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    Just put folding stock adapter on mine today. Original was a PAIN to get off, just have to keep working it back and forth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rusty0-06 View Post
    Just put folding stock adapter on mine today. Original was a PAIN to get off, just have to keep working it back and forth.
    NO kidding! I used a rubber mallet and took a couple good little swings to knock it off.

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