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Anyone Shoot the new Infinity Shotgun?

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by Terry Patterson, Aug 20, 2007.

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  1. Terry Patterson

    Terry Patterson TS Member

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    Just wondering how you like it. I believe they had a demo at the Grand. Any info. appreciated.
     
  2. dedpair

    dedpair Active Member

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    My friend bought #200 from Dennis thru Bob Schultz. He has been shooting a Kolar Unsingle for years and is still adjusting to the lighter front end. The gun is very well built and it has a beautiful piece of wood. He's still working on the POI since the trigger is faster than the Kolar. He shot it well at the Grand breaking several low/mid 90's scores in the caps and didn't hurt his singles average. His only complaint was the stock not exactly fitting him. He talked to Dennis at the Grand and he said he would help him with getting the stock fitting him a little better. He is still shooting the Kolar for doubles, but commented the Infinity kicked less with Handicap shells.

    The thing I noticed was how well balanced the gun is, when you have it apart the bbl is amazingly light, with the majority of the weight coming from the forearm metal and the reciever. Overall a great gun and alot more refined than the MAch One.

    Jeff G
     
  3. ec90t

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    Hey Jeff G,

    Are you sure it is #200? I thought that #200 was in the hands of Dennis's father. If you are referring to the one bought at the Indiana State shoot, it is #201. I had a chance to fondle that one and was very impressed with the gun!

    ec90t
     
  4. joe kuhn

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    John,

    You take the nicest pictures.

    Couple of questions. Why the choke that extends the barrel? I've swapped back in the flush choke you sold me with the Mach One. And where's the balance point on your Infinity in relation to the opener button. Just curious.

    Thanks, Joe.
     
  5. Double-D

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    It balances right at the hinge pin.-Dean DeBow
     
  6. aa27zz

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    Dudley

    The best advice I can give...buy an Infinity!

    I was in Canton yesterday for my fitting for #217.

    I will post the entire experience later.

    Sam
     
  7. jimbob

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    That is the Viper of trap guns!
     
  8. Setterman

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    How is the stock removed? I understand there is no stock bolt? What is Dennis charging for the new gun and fitting?
     
  9. code5coupe

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    The DeVault website has very little info.
    Odd-looking gun, but strangly attractive.....
     
  10. Hap MecTweaks

    Hap MecTweaks Well-Known Member

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    I know a sundevil that would love having one of those! :) Happysundevil
     
  11. Barry C. Roach

    Barry C. Roach Well-Known Member

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    Hi Double D,

    Still want one but ran into a snag. Will stay in touch and get together with you as soon as feasable.

    Oh, by-the-way, I shot one in Ohio. It didn't fit me well but I still shot it well. Since this gun is truely customized, I can't wait to get started.
     
  12. Barry C. Roach

    Barry C. Roach Well-Known Member

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    By-the-way, Dean, can the trigger and the opening lever be made in a more polished gold?
     
  13. Dennis DeVault

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    Barry,

    Yes they can be more polished but that involves alot more hand work that is costly, but it can still be done. I updated the web page page last night, added more photo's. If someone wants more info let me know, but I think the important information is already there.

    Dennis
     
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