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Brownings Maxus question ?

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Portigee Duckman, Dec 5, 2011.

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  1. Portigee Duckman

    Portigee Duckman TS Member

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    Has anyone tried the Browning Maxus for doubles ? I know the Beretta has a
    following with good success but ,The Maxus comes with All the bells and
    whistles already and it will shoot very light loads .So , what do you Think ?
    If you have any experiance with the Maxus ,Please let me Know . Thanks
     
  2. marco1028

    marco1028 TS Member

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    To Duckman: I have owned my maxus for over ayear now. Have shot everything fro 7/8 oz loads to heavy 3 1/2 - 1 9/16 oz goose loads. The gun has preformed excellent in all cases, fowl weather(rain/snow) to sunny summer conditions. The new improve gas piston is easy to clean but I will point out you will still have to keep the magazine tube clean. Carbon tends to build up but use a solvent WD 40, break clean & ascotch pad for remove. A light coating of gun slick and your good to good. Hope this helps
     
  3. miketmx

    miketmx Well-Known Member

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    Question: On the Browning autoloader can you raise the stock with tapered shims between the receiver and the butt stock ?
     
  4. gtrjames

    gtrjames TS Member

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    yes you can adjust the drop...they come with different shims.
     
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