PICKED up one of each.anyone have experiance with either.good or bad?
Those G10s look pretty sweet too. If you plan on shooting 3” buckshot from that 4.25”, strap in, it’s going to kick like a mule.View attachment 136515
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I bought the Century 2000 model and have shot factory 45 Colt/.410 and my own reloads of both calibers. The trigger needs a little getting used to, the best way to explain it is to pull down and back to get the best results. If you pull straight back it will feel like you have a 15lb trigger! I use just the tip of my finger on this little hand cannon and the picture above is the trigger pull of my Bond arms. View attachment 136517
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I switched my grips out for the extended G10 type and it really helps with doing a one handed cock of the hammer. If you look close on the side of the hammer you will see a small hump of metal. If the hump is up the top barrel will fire first, if it’s down the bottom will fire first. To my knowledge there is no way to make them both fire at the same time.
If my memory serves me right (and that is questionable at this stage of my life) the sights are sighted in for the bottom barrel.
I haven’t shot any 3” factory buckshot loads out of it yet but I have shot my own buckshot reloads from 3” birdshot hulls. I can only imagine what the recoil would be like as the 3” birdshot was stout.Those G10s look pretty sweet too. If you plan on shooting 3” buckshot from that 4.25”, strap in, it’s going to kick like a mule.
Amazon like everything else nowdays.Where did that grip come from? That’s sweet looking 👍🏻.
I will reload my own with #4 buck and work my way up to full power. I’ll use a buffer from Ballistics Products for fill.3”, Winchester Super X, 5 pellet 000 buck is what I use I believe. It ain’t near as powerful as the 500, but the gun is like 1/3 the weight. It kicks hard.