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Well then what you need to do it train with it. My nightstand shotgun is anything but high tech but I have no problem with fast reloads. The shotty I have is just long enough to be legal. I like the fact that the KSG is even shorter but has a great capacity.
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I think a lot of people, including me, LIKE the KSG. The point of my post is that liking what the KSG offers, and then actually shooting and becoming proficient with it, are completely unrelated. If I could ever find one at the right price, I look forward to buying it and taking it to the range frequently until my shoulder turns six shades of purple.
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I have been hearing that there have been some slide brackets breaking after 15 to 40 rounds. I have also seen a few forearms broken when someone put a grip on the shotgun. These are the only issues yet that I have seen. Still waiting to get my hands on one at a fair price but that is yet to be seen. Maybe I will save my money and buy something new for my new HARLEY ULTRA LIMITED?????
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