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need advice on visco of h.p mandi made and modern shotgun

Postby darashp » Wed Apr 06, 2011 7:20 pm

Hi,everyone i just need your experience in buying visco of H.P (mandi) sxs 28' full choke hamerless ejector gun and modern o/u gun ,pls enlighten me about this as i want to purchase one of these shotgun.the price of visco in ludhiana is around 32000k with 25 cartridges. ROTFL



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Re: need advice on visco of h.p mandi made and modern shotgun

Postby The Doc » Wed Apr 06, 2011 8:33 pm

I was surprised when I handled Visco SXS for the first time and it was because it was so light . It also has a cross bolt safety which indeed is a plus point . I thought the stock was a shade small for my medium frame.To be honest it was so light that I wondered whether the hardware was good enough for optimal usage, I remember checking the thickness of the barrels !! Also I imagine that it would have a greater recoil because of its light weight.

There is a dedicated thread about Modern O/U here.... viewtopic.php?f=11&t=5302

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Re: need advice on visco of h.p mandi made and modern shotgun

Postby dsingh » Wed Apr 06, 2011 10:09 pm

Regards
I have heard that mandi gun manufacturers r making good guns.There was an article in newspaper in 2004 that it was a British gunmakers who set up unit before 1947 later they transfered the ownership to their honest employees in Mandi . I wanted to buy gun from Mandi but due to some reasons I bought Eagle gun.
I was offered a wide variety, if u have some good contacts in local administration u will certainly get excellent model.



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Re: need advice on visco of h.p mandi made and modern shotgun

Postby darashp » Sat Apr 09, 2011 9:10 am

need more advice.......iof sxs 30' non ejector gun is better or visco or some one else . i am getting iof sxs 30' dbbl gun make 1977 in ok condition for 27,000,and price of new visco is aound 30,000.



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Re: need advice on visco of h.p mandi made and modern shotgun

Postby bandukbhandar » Sat Apr 09, 2011 12:55 pm

IOF is better than Visco, and IOF for Rs,27,000/- is a good deal. Only see condition is good (barrel inside and butt is not broken).

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Re: need advice on visco of h.p mandi made and modern shotgun

Postby grewal » Sat Apr 09, 2011 2:45 pm

bandukbhandar wrote:IOF is better than Visco, and IOF for Rs,27,000/- is a good deal. Only see condition is good (barrel inside and butt is not broken).
+1 :agree:


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Re: need advice on visco of h.p mandi made and modern shotgun

Postby The Doc » Sat Apr 09, 2011 6:28 pm

IOF 12 GA . But you got to make sure that it has not been butchered from inside.

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Re: need advice on visco of h.p mandi made and modern shotgun

Postby hornet » Sun Apr 10, 2011 12:44 pm

mandi guns are good as ihave also heard and read some where a few years back



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Re: need advice on visco of h.p mandi made and modern shotgun

Postby darashp » Mon Apr 11, 2011 9:57 am

thanx everyone for their advice...... :lol:





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