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Thread: New Huglu Coach Gun!!

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    Are there any options for mixing the barrel lengths? Does the frame of the 14" coach gun accept the 20 or 30" barrels and vice versa, or are they different specifications? It would be neat to be able to get the 14" and the 30".......

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    Oh yeah that would be a great option.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boltaction View Post
    Are there any options for mixing the barrel lengths? Does the frame of the 14" coach gun accept the 20 or 30" barrels and vice versa, or are they different specifications? It would be neat to be able to get the 14" and the 30".......

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    They are available with 20 and 30 inch barrels, maybe more combinations. Would be good to know if all 3 barrel lengths fit and are available.

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    Just got mine and it is very nice--heavy and solid, tight action but not so tight one can't open it with the short barrels. Nice case colouring. I will post a little range report next weekend--will take it to my local trap club and run some shells through it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by trebor2880 View Post
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    what is the story with feeding these things a steady diet of real slugs...not reduced recoil ones....
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    Quote Originally Posted by wannabe View Post
    what is the story with feeding these things a steady diet of real slugs...not reduced recoil ones....
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    Well I just got back from my local trap club, where the gun did generate some interest! I ran a few shells through it to test it out. I have to laugh at the instruction manual, which is for some reason done with no spaces, and not well translated "Choketubesprovidetogotheshotslogooutofhtebarrelme ssyordenseaccordingtoyourhuntchoice..........Shots gomoremessyoutofthebarrelaccordingtothischokenumbe rsfromsmallertobigger."

    Anyway, the shotgun is quite a pleasure to shoot. I was using 1 1/8 oz 2 3/4" 7 1/2 shot trap loads. I only fired 7 shots as I didn't want to spend a lot of my ammo for the day on it. It handles nicely, and I broke 3 clays with it which is not bad for that short a barrel........I definitely like it!

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