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Question by minigunner111. Uploaded on August 11, 2009
Very good I have owned the same one for 30 years and never had to make any repairs yet shoot it regularly during bird seasons.
I've got a 911, pretty much the same thing, still going strong after 30+ years.
Mine is 30 or more years old and works just fine (20 ga.)
Absolutely. It's on F&S's list of the 50 best guns ever made, and not for nothing. I knew a gunsmith who went out of business, and the shotgun he kept was a 20 gauge 311.
But everybody knows this now. If you buy one on line, by the time you pay all the overhead, it will have cost you more than the Benelli Nova they have down at the Bi-Mart, 12 0r 20 gauge..
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