Yes. The pre-rotating-bolt Benellis, such as the 121. Mine cycles absolutely everything from Featherlights to Magnum Buckshot. It almost cycles the Aguila mini-shells' birdshot load. (I still need to try the buckshot and slug load, since they develop a little more recoil, they may actually cycle in this wonderful gun.)pumper said:Is there a 12ga autoloader that will cycle Winchester AA Featherweights as well as cycle 2 3/4" steel and/or hevi-shot waterfowl magnums?
My extremely knowledgeable gunsmithing instructor. Why? Do you know another version of the story? (that was a serious question)jlptexashunter said:Jambo, where did you get that story?
What makes you say that? Do You have another version of the story? 'Cause I would most certainly like to hear it.GoldenHunter said:It would seem that you Jambo and he then have alot in common since it is very clear you have no idea what you are talking about.
That's the only version of the story that I know. Do you know another version? Believe it or not, but that gun had over one hundred updates. So, why don't you tell me what the Browning Gold designer's occupation was before he went to Browning? The Browning Gold would barely function when it first came out. You tell me otherwise.john305 said:Hmm lets see why would that be hard to believe. Just as easy to believe that as it is 2 guys at Harley Davidson still building bikes and running the company in a garage here in Milwaukee. I don't care if John Browning himself came back from the dead and gave them a new gun design. It would not touch the prototype stage till every enginneer (and it is more than just one) had a chance to examine every bolt and spring on it. To even say it was designed by one person is comical at best.