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New England NP1-2S8 PUMP 12GA 28 CTMD SYN Reviews

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Product Reviews Ratings Summary
16 Reviews. Average Rating:    4.4 of 5 Stars!
5 stars:
57% (9 of 16)
4 stars:
32% (5 of 16)
3 stars:
6% (1 of 16)
2 stars:
6% (1 of 16)
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by richard b Friday 23 March, 2018
For the $ a nice shotgun. Nice looking and solid as usual an easy transaction with Buds

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by David L Saturday 17 February, 2018
Can't beat the price. Sure it's a knock-off, but still gets the job done. Recommend.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Rick R Wednesday 29 November, 2017
First off, Bud\'s is the BEST place to purchase my firearm needs, hands down! The biggest reason I say this is price matching! Second reason is ease of purchase and shipping! So a big thank you to the Bud\'s Team for treating me very well over the last year, absolute first class service! Now to the Pardner pump! I did a lot of research before I pulled the trigger on this shotgun, no pun intended. I was torn between the Stoeger P3000, Rem 870 and the Pardner pump. After much lost sleep I decided to go with the PP. The number #1 reason why I choose this gun over the others was \"value\" for the price and #2 reason was an all steel receiver and trigger group! Let me echo what others have said online about this gun and after having physically fondled, ugh, I mean, holding the gun, via Pros and Cons; Pros = it is a TANK! Solid and heavy! The synthetic stock is not your flimsy feeling type of stock, nope, very very nice furniture on this gun. Finish on the outside of the gun is a really nice deep black park finish, I was surprised at how good it looked for the price. Goes bang every time! Fits Carlson\'s Winchester/Invector style choke tubes, NOT invector plus! Shot 2 3/4 Remington waterfowl loads and AA Win skeet loads without a hitch through mid (.715) and long (.705) range waterfowl chokes from Carlson\'s! Plus, the factory choke that came with the gun patterned surprisingly well, 22 pellets in a 8\" kill zone @ 25yrds! Gonna try 3\" waterfowl loads in the future, but not before I pick up a medium slip on recoil pad, maybe an Allen Eraser or Hi Viz, why? The butt stock is similar to a youth 20 gauge in size, both width and LOP. So I need an 1\" more and some cushion because it will bruise you with the heavier loads, it did me! Another HUGE plus is the 28\" barrel which I noticed tracks very nicely for clays. It almost seems to slow down time and allow for those relaxed rather than rushed point and shoot moments, a HUGE plus for waterfowl hunting, which is what I bought the gun for in the first place. Comes with a pretty nice plug black plug for bird hunting too! Cons = the soldering joints are rough and kind of ugly imo. Machine marks galore on the inside of the receiver, which made me frown a bit, but you get what you pay for. Out of the two guns I purchased I had one that had a magazine jamming issue right out of the box that required about 20 minutes and a small round bastard file to open up the mag tube well for shells to feed, other wise it would hang with a shell stuck in the mag mouth. Did the fix and now she runs anything and everything with no issues! BTW, the steel is mega quality and hard! It took a ton of elbow grease to get any metal off that receiver, I was cursing up a storm I tell ya! The gun does not come with sling studs, which is a pain in the rear end trying to find an online solution and again I frowned. one last minor complaint is the flimsy plastic mag follower, but it can be remedied with a factory 870 rem follower or what I did was just went ahead a got a brass follower to match the front bead sight! Overall, although many die hard brand folks will vilify Chinese made firearms, I am more than ecstatic with my purchase! The hefty feel, the solid slop free double rail pump (uhm, cough, cough, Moss..., cough, Rem...), deep black park finish, hardcore synthetic stock and the confidence of knowing the gun will deliver the goods is well worth the steal of a price! Would i buy one again? HELL YES! Would I recommend it to someone else to buy? HELL YES and be DAMN sure to buy the Bud\'s lifetime warranty for this gun when you do purchase, just trust me! Would I get it at Bud\'s again? OHHHH HELL YESSSS!!!

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Oscar Z Tuesday 28 November, 2017
This is a really nice shotgun, it points well and is super sturdy. $150 for an 870 clone was an impossible deal to pass up. I had purchased it with the intention to chop the barrel to 20", add a mag tube, and a new stock. After inspecting it and seeing how well built it was I decided it is now my bird gun, the only change I will make is adding a fiber optic front sight. I am tempted to get another one while they are this price, you can never have too many shotguns.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Landon H Thursday 30 March, 2017
Great shotgun for the money!! Nothing fancy..but its a very well built gun..and goes bang everytime..would recomend this gun as a great budget shotgun!!

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Joe Z Monday 19 December, 2016
You won't find a better shooting, more reliable pump for the price. Bought this in May 2016 and have now put close to 2,500 rounds of various brands of low brass loads through it shooting clays and it continues to function like new. I always keep all the moving parts well lubricated, and after 1,000 rounds or so, remove the trigger assembly (which is very easy to get out) and oil and grease it. Some brands of low brass stick a little and can be hard to eject, but that's a issue with the shells, not the gun. Other brands work fine. On buying from Buds, I've purchased about a dozen firearms from them and never had a problem of any kind. Buds doesn't always have the lowest price (but they usually do) and they're my first stop when looking for a firearm. BTW, this gun will break just as many clays as my Rem. 1100 Sporting or Browning Maxus Sporting but cost a small fraction of those.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
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