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CIA SG1667-N PW87 Lever 12 Gauge ga 19" 2.75" Wood Black Fin

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Model: SG1667-N
Condition: Factory New
Bud's Item Number: 83799
UPC: 787450069923
MFG: Century International Arms Inc.

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Perfect for Cowboy Action Shooting crowd or those that just want something a little different in their collection. The unique structure, reliable operation and elegant shape make the PW87 shotgun an ideal choice for hunting and shooting. Based on a Browning design, these lever action, rolling block shotguns bring us back to yesteryear - reminding us of "How the West Was Won!"
Finish Wood
Action Lever
Gauge 12 Gauge
Barrel Length 19"
Overall Length 40"
Capacity 5 + 1
Stock wood
Chamber 2.75"
Weight 7.9 lbs
Finish Camo
Action Sliding Breechblock
Gauge 12 GA / 20 GA
Barrel Length 20.75"
Overall Length 31.5" - 38.5"
Capacity 12 + 1
Stock Folding
Chamber 3 1/2"
Weight 7.9 lbs
Finish Wood
Action Single Shot
Gauge 12 GA / 22 Hornet
Barrel Length 23" FRCL/ 21" VR
Overall Length 45.6"
Capacity 35 + 1
Stock wood
Chamber 3 1/2"
Weight 7.9 lbs

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9 Reviews. Average Rating: 4.3 of 5 Stars! [4.3 of 5 Stars!]
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Reviewed By: Eldon Scott S on 12/19/2014 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
I received my new gun yesterday the packaging was ok the gun seems to function good.
I cleaned all the grease out of it and work the action alot everything seems to fit really
good. The front bead sight is off center a little bit . The machining is all good and the price
is really good. I shot the gun today the shells went in the magazine good and cycle good
and ejected like it should. I am very please with the gun.

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Reviewed By: barry w on 10/17/2014 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Foam in box was pretty beat up but did what it was supposed to , shot gun looked great . Taking price into consideration gun is fantastic , I love it . You have to be mean to it to make it function properly saw that on you-tube . Cleaning helps a lot too . If your looking for a expensive and very dependable shotgun this ain't it but it will get you in the ballpark to see what one does .

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Reviewed By: James A on 02/21/2014 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
upon first inspection the gun looked good and the lever action could not be any easier after getting it home and giving it a good cleaning i can work the lever with one finger i still have not had a chance to take it to the range and shoot it yet but i feel it shoot work just fine.

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Reviewed By: Mark P on 12/08/2013 Rating: 3 of 5 Stars! [3 of 5 Stars!]
Gun looked great at the store but doesn't cycle correctly once i got it home. I usually shoot all my new guns as soon as I get them since I live in the country with no neighbors but this one took about 30min to fire 3 rounds out of the box. Very hard to cycle and not really sure on the capacity of the tube since it will let you put 5 in but I only loaded 3. I talked to the manufacturer but they said to send it back and I am all about fixing problems my self. I heard about a stiff action but this is horrible. This actually hurts your hand to cycle each round and most don't eject. I have tried many different kinds of ammo but still sucks when cycling. I'm not very happy out of the box but I'm thinking this will loosen up with some rounds through it. I can only give this 3 stars since I couldn't fire out of the box and still cant. This has a very tight pattern for a shorter barrel shot gun. Plan on work if you are going to buy this gun.

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Reviewed By: George C on 12/07/2013 Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
I ordered one of these through Buds since I've wanted one for quite a while. Buds service was very good. I bought this shotgun knowing that there are mixed reviews out there for the chinese 1887 repros - some folks say they run perfectly, while others say that they don't function at all. When I got mine, I looked it over and it has a very nice finisish- nice smooth, dark bluing, very nicely finished wood, and it doesn't look cheap and ugly like I thought it may, it actually has a nice grain to it.
The functioning of the shotgun is where there were some problems- I am not disappointed by this because I expected it, but I thought it was fair to include it in my review. If I put one round in the shotgun it would usually fire, but not always. If I tried to load the magazine it would not feed- the carrier was not coming up as far as it should and was causing two shells to try and come out of the magazine at once. I worked for quite a while correcting this- I had to build up the metal where one of the Chinese workers had buffed away too much in one place. Also, the firing pin protrusion had to be adjusted because it was not denting primers deep enough at full protrusion- this was not an easy thing to adjust. The extractors had to be made more rigid so they would not drop the empty hulls before ejecting. Also, the front of the hulls were hanging up on the rear of the barrel and receiver, so that had to be polished slightly. The action was also very tight and gritty, but a good polishing job with a file and a stone took care of that.
All in all this shotgun seems to be made of good quality steel, and seems to have good parts, they just needed a whole lot of fitting and adjusting to get them to work together. Now that everything has been polished, fitted, and adjusted it works almost 100% You do have to work the lever with quite a bit of authority for it to function correctly, but as long as you do that it feeds, fires, and ejects as it should.

All in all this shotgun is a good gun, as long as you don't mind investing some time working on it if you get one that doesn't function correctly. And it is a whole lot less expensive than buying a $1200-$1400 Chiappa.

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