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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!"
 
SPECIFICATIONS
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
SPECIFICATIONS
Finish Kryptek Highlander
Action Flintlock
Gauge 410 GA / 22 WMR
Barrel Length 19"
Overall Length 36 3/8
Capacity 28+1
Stock MBA-1
Chamber 2.75", 3"
Weight 7.9 lbs

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19 Reviews. Average Rating: 4.2 of 5 Stars! [4.2 of 5 Stars!]
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Reviewed By: Stephen M on 06/13/2016 Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
Good shootgun, not bad for the price.

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Reviewed By: Randy R on 06/08/2016 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
This an amazingly well-built, mechanically sound, unique piece of history. The rolling block action is strong, yet simple, with few parts, and very easy to disassemble. Understanding that the action needs to worked with deliberation to insure positive ejection of shells is about the only "quirk" to this gun. Give it a good cleaning upon unpacking, reassemble, then work the action for "awhile" and notice how it starts to smooth right out! Load it with proper length shells - considering it has a short, rotating action, and empties will clear without a problem as long as the lever is opened swiftly to bring up the lifter/carrier which really does the job of knocking the empty hull clear.
The action is easy to take apart...easier than any "modern" pump design, and has fewer total parts, as well as only THREE major parts not counting the main spring.
Work the action, add a stitched leather cover to the lever to help pad the fingers and this gun can be worked FAST! Don't let ANYONE tell you this "old" design isn't up to duty in the modern world because it sure is. It handles buckshot and slugs with ease while printing to point of aim with nicely distributed patterns from AA trap loads. At any expected "defensive" range, slugs and buck will hit accurately if the shooter holds accurately.
I really LIKE this gun....the wood is real walnut, and all metal is "real steel"...no plastic and no aluminum. The rolling block action keeps the receiver ultra short, so even with a 20" barrel the OAL is quite compact.
The best part is, the gun is meant to be a shooter...which means it doesn't have to end up as a wall-hanger because of age and being too valuable to shoot. Adding a nice parkerized Duracoat finish to the metal really makes the gun look "mil-spec" while also providing protection to the steel.
I would advise everyone to buy one of these while they last.

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Reviewed By: Daren S on 03/29/2016 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
I have read mixed reviews on this gun. But considering the next 1887 remake up is over 3 times the price of this. It get's bonus points.
First off. Shipping. No issues. I got a call from my FFL way sooner than I figured I would. Bud's is awesome as far as getting the product to me quick.
Second. As everyone has said, gun was greasy when I got it. Took some time to clean it off.
Now I was expecting to have this sucker show up needing some work. It actually worked great. Had the occasional feed issue. But no ejection issues that I was expecting. Gun is fun to shoot. My only gripe is that I cannot find anyone that sells the pistol grip or the oversized loop lever! I want a Terminator gun! The stalk I can chop myself. But the lever I'd rather just buy!

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Reviewed By: William T on 03/10/2016 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
I am pleased with this PW-87, 1887 replica. Both the wood and metal finish is good. This shotgun was extremely oily/greasy and took a while to clean up but it is fun to handle now. After looking at other reviews I was concerned about it functioning properly. I have not shot it much, but I’ve shot both Remington and Winchester low brass 2 ¾” shotshells and have yet to have a malfunction. Make sure that you operate the action at full speed and with authority and it feeds, extracts, and ejects as it is supposed to. I would not buy this shotgun for home defense or hunting. There is no safety and no good way to carry or handle it while it is loaded. But, it is fun to shoot and interesting and unique to keep around as a novelty, it is a great deal. I don’t shoot cowboy action, but I don’t see why it would not be fine.

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Reviewed By: James E on 09/23/2015 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
I'm with the other guy that said you have to work the gun with Authority. This is a fantastic shotgun for the money and holds a boat load of rounds. I've shot at least 50 2 3/4 rounds with not one failure. Look in the gun while it is unloaded. Work the action and watch what's going on. In order to get the lifter to move you have to slam lever forward. Also, ejection occurs by shear force only. If you rack it forward hard you should get good ejection and a new shell lifted. If you limp wrist it you'll get failure to eject. This isn't a good bird gun but it's great for cowboy action and home defense.

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