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Thread: Norinco 1887 Lever Action Shotguns Back in Stock!

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    Contributing Dealer Frontier Firearms's Avatar
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    Norinco 1887 Lever Action Shotguns Back in Stock!


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    Do you sell the shoulder stock by itself, I have the pigeon grip but would be interested in getting a full stock to change the config from time to time.

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    How is the quality on these?

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    I bought the T series a couple weeks back and like it. It does have shortcomings though, the bluing on mine was fairly bad and Norinco never modified the design the way other manufacturers have. The original was designed to use shells with paper plugs and now they're plastic that have opening ends so the extra length can cause ejection issues especially with the last round in the tube since it uses the next round being loaded to aid in ejection. All in all definitely worth the price at least to me.

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    Would be interested if you guys sell the shoulder stock itself.

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    Do these come in 20ga?

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    Those are pretty sweet!
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    I've had one of these for a few years now, I count myself pretty lucky as I very rarely have any ejection problems, mine runs incredibly well as long as you aren't soft on the action. I've got to say, with these at the price I paid for mine a while back I would buy another in a heartbeat, they're just such an interesting gun to shoot and handle.

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    Debating t series or full stock... any input from current owners?
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    Are they straight cylinder bore, or threaded like the 1897 riot guns were?
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