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110292 No. 110292 ID: b1e0fe
Interesting gas system. The length of the shell dictates the gas flow, as ports are covered up by the shell itself at the various lengths. Did clays all afternoon with it, cycled great. Taking it goose hunting this weekend.
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Hi GOTB. Good luck with the gooses. What do you make from them? I've only been a few times, a friend made pastrami from what we shot which was quite good but a little dry.
>> No. 110297 ID: e1bd1c
did you try run aguila minishells through it yet?
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You ok there chief?
>> No. 110354 ID: b1e0fe
so far i've made gumbo, pasta, garlic fry-up, etc. many dishes planned. kill 198 geese total over the 10 of us, and brought hom 15 lbs of breasts
>> No. 110355 ID: b1e0fe
did not try aguila minishells
>> No. 110358 ID: bd5a80
>The length of the shell dictates the gas flow, as ports are covered up by the shell itself at the various lengths
Isn't that the Remington Versamax system?


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