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savageevo
09-20-2008, 8:43 AM
Okay I bought one of these at a very good price. I also have accessories it to the hilt. I finally fired it and seems to fire with no problem . Anybody here have it, what do you think. I bought it through grammatron by CWS.

http://i288.photobucket.com/albums/ll197/savageevo/SANY0648.jpg

MAX100
09-20-2008, 10:08 AM
It is all Tacted out. All it needs now is a tube extension on it.

Do some more testing on it and give a review. I believe it is made by Norinco just like the Norinco 982 and the Pardner Pump shotguns.


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RANGER295
09-27-2008, 4:59 PM
Does 922r only apply to semi-auto shotguns?

MAX100
09-27-2008, 8:58 PM
It applies to pumps also. Has anyone ever been charged with being in violation of the 922r law. I don't think the ATF agents even know what it is about. Go to any 3 gun matches and you will find many in violation.


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bigthaiboy
10-03-2008, 12:34 AM
I have an Ultra 87, which I ordered directly from Century. The action on my shotgun is very tight, so I need to get it sorted, so I haven't even fired it yet.

I tried a Remington 870 extension tube (Since the Ultra 87 is based on the 870) on it, and the threads are completely different, so no good.

What folding stock do you have on that? And is it for an 870?
The sales rep at Century told me that Century are in the process of importing a folding stock for the Ultra 87.

RacinK6
10-03-2008, 2:12 PM
Very Sweet looking shotgun.

maxicon
10-04-2008, 4:06 PM
I tried a Remington 870 extension tube (Since the Ultra 87 is based on the 870) on it, and the threads are completely different, so no good.

A lot of Chinese gear uses metric threads. Do you know if it's metric, or just a different SAE thread?