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Thread: Canuck Evolve .410 Revolver Shotgun in Stock!

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    Member Joker_andthe_Thief's Avatar
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    Anyone else thinking this would make a really sweet revolver pistol, photoshop anyone?

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    Oh wow did they ever! Thank you very much for sharing that photo, that was my major concern with these.

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    Well you'd have to register it as a restricted at that point

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    Sawed off would look badass

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    I just fired mine for the first time. Wondering is anyone else having issues with loading the shells into the cylinder. And ejecting them out is even harder.

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    Now why is this non-restricted but the rossi circuit judge, essentially the same gun, restricted

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    Quote Originally Posted by floriosean1 View Post
    Now why is this non-restricted but the rossi circuit judge, essentially the same gun, restricted
    Rossi is built on their pistol frame. The rules suck but it's in there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fchan77 View Post
    I just fired mine for the first time. Wondering is anyone else having issues with loading the shells into the cylinder. And ejecting them out is even harder.
    Essentially that could be solved by polishing the inside of the cylinders. And of course for $649.00, you shouldn’t have to. Maybe it needs a break in period.

    Now in saying that, there is reports of gas leaking from the cylinder shield and burning peoples arms in another thread.

    I bought one, it came with some factory tool mark damage to the receiver. I haven’t fired it yet because I’m up North at work. Ben from Odel engineering reassured me he would take care of it.

    Any more buyers with issues..? I wonder how many rifles were sold versus how many are having problems. Worries me a little, I can’t have this gun burning my wife’s or my arms when fired. And someone also complained it is not accurate at all.

    I would appreciate any feedback from Evolve owners, good or bad to know what’s going on.
    Last edited by Thunderhog; 09-17-2018 at 10:56 PM.

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    Hmmmmm…
    Slug gun???

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    Any more news from Evolve owners?

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