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Can you shoot a Browning A5 20 gauge vent rib with a gold trigger V486612 or not?

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2006-07-20 02:45:59
2006-07-20 02:45:59

As long as you don't shoot steel shot thru it. Lead only. If you do, you will bulge the barrel at the end. Guaranteed. The jap A-5's will accept steel without any damage. Browning collector If it is is good working condition, why couldn't you?

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