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H&R 12 Ga Semi-Automatic/28" Blue Vent Rib Barrel & Syntheti [SA1-128]
by John T
Date Added: Saturday 27 December, 2008
Just got a SA1-128 and shot 100 clays with it. All in all I am pleased with it and will try it on ducks soon. It points nicely (on me) and fired reliably except for two failures to feed the second round. Probably not enough poop in the target loads. You have to reverse the gas piston to switch from high to low power loads and back but it is easy. The trigger assembly resembles a Beretta and the gas system a Remington 1187 - the recoil spring is around the magazine. The action works European style in that when you work the bolt handle to eject the round in the chamber it does not feed another. So far I like it.