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BROWNING BPS 410

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by nsrailroad, Jun 8, 2009.

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  1. nsrailroad

    nsrailroad Member

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    Has any one shot the bps 410 or owned one? opinions? I was hoping Remington would put screw in chokes on the 870 410, but they never listen to the shooters. I either going bps on maybe 1100 410.
    Railroad
     
  2. BILL GRILL

    BILL GRILL Well-Known Member

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    Railroad, Ever miced the chokes on a 410? Or put one to the pattern board? Forget about the choke and shoot. There is very little difference in the chokes. jmho
     
  3. Andy44

    Andy44 Active Member

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    Had the opportunity to shoot a BPS that a friend of mine just bought at a great price, and it was a great shooter! I'm used to BPSs, and the little 410 felt sweet! Broke most clays I shot at from the 16 yard line with it. I have both a 12 Trap and a 20 ga BPS, and they are both keepers!

    AndyH ;-)
     
  4. wolfram

    wolfram Well-Known Member

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    The .410 BPS is a wonderful small guage pump. Very smooth cycling and trouble free. Not quite the equal of a M42 Winchester but close. Excellent gun for quail or skeet. Very good value. The M1100 Remington is a good one as well but requires quite a bit more maintenance.
     
  5. nsrailroad

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    I'm still bugging Remington, Trying to get a contact in the upper management.
     
  6. olddrum1

    olddrum1 TS Member

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    Never changed chokes in mine. No need past twenty yards. They pattern the same. Got the 28 and 410. Love both of them. I am a Remington fan but like both of these as well if not better.
    CB
     
  7. Robert Long

    Robert Long Member

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    nsrailroad,

    I think I own the one Andy shot. I love it. I looked for a used one for about six months before I struck gold. BPS pumps are just a blast in any gauge, they are good shooters. The choke option was my reason to buy. I like to shoot all games. The chokes make a difference to me.

    Good luck in finding one.

    Rob
     
  8. CalvinMD

    CalvinMD Well-Known Member

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    I'm not a 410 fan but if I stumbled on one in 28ga. I would probably start shucking out the buckaroos
     
  9. colonel klink

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    Hey Calvin,Let me know if you are going to the Open. I have the gun you are looking for, 28 ga. BPS 28 in bbl., all 3 factory chokes plus 3 Briley extendeds. Guns is in very-very good shape ( I would say like new but some people on here get upset with that statement!) Selling for $400.00 which I think is a fair price for both buyer & seller. Colonel
     
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