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That's true of the TM as well.

 

:zorro:

 

Really? I expected a china company to bodge it like that but from Marui i would of expected better <_<

 

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Inner barrels are the same length on the shorty and full length. Seems a bit stupid, but oh well. I've not seen one of the clones up close, but from pictures it looks like the inner barrels are actually slightly longer than on the TM o.O

 

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The tri-piston is as large as it can be without making the body any larger (seriously why do you think TM went with the SPAS and M3, both wider than the m870 and m500)

 

The barrels are as long as the piston can manage, so the outer barrel is just for looks, even the shorty has a gap between the end of the barrels

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The Badger just wants someone to clone a tri_barrel SPAS, imagine a folding stock one for $60....

 

*runs off to hunt raptors*

 

 

I miss my folding stock spas....

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for anyone who owns the DE M56 (M1014)

 

2 things:

 

Firstly, it's awesome. With .25s in it I was picking people off at distance with it, the range and spread for a shottie are awesome. (got a sniper friend with it when they were far anough away that they were engaging me aswell)

 

Secondly, WATCH THE STOCK AND TIGHTEN THE SCREW IN THE STOCK TUBE!!!! mine is now very loose and needs looking at, and one other guy's m1014 stock and tube fell off completely.

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I'm really intrigued by these 'clone' shotguns. Is it too much to ask anyone to write a concise review on the one with retractable stock? Materials used, metal parts, power and performance etc? :D

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I'm really intrigued by these 'clone' shotguns. Is it too much to ask anyone to write a concise review on the one with retractable stock? Materials used, metal parts, power and performance etc? :D

 

 

Punkypink already did a few pages back.

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Tis indeed, Candyman made it for me. Based on this. It's held on by two grub screws, can see one of them in the second pic. They go through the heatshield as well, hold the front end on :)

 

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The Badger just wants someone to clone a tri_barrel SPAS, imagine a folding stock one for $60....

 

*runs off to hunt raptors*

 

god i want a stock for my SPAS ! i picked one up this summer, but left it with a mate to shorten the barrel, will be picking it up this weekend :D how i've missed the ugly *badgeress* :D

 

mean looking M3 dannyboy!

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evidently we have very similar tastes in shotguns as that was something I was planning on doing (although a slightly different choke design) + the heatsheild and our mutual appreciation of 'rifle' stocks :D

 

here's the one I was interested in, only difference from yours seems to be no spiky 'glass breaker' edge;

 

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I believe its made by TDI

Edited by p.briden

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nice shotty danny

 

I second what Nicoli says. The stock on my shotty has also come loose. Not a big issue, its just a matter of finding a hex key long enough to reach inside.

 

Overall still an awesome bit of kit for the monies I paid.

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No problem:

 

The stock uses a long screw, similar to the real Remington 870, that attaches to a tail that sticks out the back of the gearbox.

 

My gun has an aluminum collar from the factory that holds the left and right sides of the tail together for a solid fit. The pictures make the attachment look weak, but it's actually pretty sturdy considering the fact that the tail sees a tension load (pulling away from the body of the gun).

 

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Does that help?

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