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New England NP1-2S8 PUMP 12GA 28 CTMD SYN [NP1-2S8]
by Eric R
Date Added: Friday 18 January, 2013
Have hunted with this shotgun about five times so far this season. Yes it will kill ducks however I changed the choke out for a modified...winchester/mossberg chokes fit it. The improved cylinder it came with was more like a full. The pros about this gun is that it was cheap. I also bought a $30 camo wrap kit from mossy oak and it looks great. However there are a few cons. First, it needs to be cleaned very well in order to function. The last time I hunted, I didn't have time to clean it beforehand. It jammed a couple of times on me. After I shot, I could not cycle the spent shell out of the cylinder. I could only move the pump grip about a half inch. Some tapping and messing with the release would ultimately free up the action. This happened to me the first couple of times taking it out also. The only time it didn't happen was when I thoroughly cleaned it before going out which makes me think it just needs to be worn in. Also another con is the finish. It's almost non-existent. It has a very cheap coat that is not blueing. After the very first time out in the rain, parts showed rust such as the vent tube rail and the cap on the mag tube. I clean it immediately after bringing it home now. If not, this gun would be completely rusted in no time.
Overall, it was still a deal. This is my first season duck hunting and it did the job. My freezer has been full of ducks since I got it. I guess the saying is true...you get what you pay for. Would I do it again?...sure why not.