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Escort shotguns #5904207 08/30/15 09:32 PM
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Does anyone use or shot these guns? Never heard of them, am in the market for new shotgun, kinda wondering about these.

Re: Escort shotguns [Re: whitewing maniac] #5904442 08/30/15 11:42 PM
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I had one, a Pump 12ga back around 2002-3 ...it was nice all synthetic black matte,was similar to an H&K...it shot very well! Imported by Legacy If I recall correctly,it has been awhile!
I think I paid around $150 for it new, I worked fora FFL back then at the gunshow circuits!


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YEP went and looked ....http://legacysports.com/pump-action


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Re: Escort shotguns [Re: RangerRick] #5904575 08/31/15 12:52 AM
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Originally Posted By: RangerRick
YEP went and looked ....http://legacysports.com/pump-action


So what class would you put it in? Or hard to say.

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I have one for my waterfowl gun. Takes a beating all season long and still kills ducks day after day. They are compatable with beretta/ benelli mobile chokes. I think I payed $330 off gunbroker a few years ago. Decent gun for the price.

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Originally Posted By: whitewing maniac
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YEP went and looked ....http://legacysports.com/pump-action


So what class would you put it in? Or hard to say.


Affordable, and I never had an issue was actually surprising for the low cost I paid.


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Re: Escort shotguns [Re: whitewing maniac] #5909894 09/02/15 10:11 PM
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I bought one of these a couple of days ago, and used it yesterday. It functioned great so far, and I consider it a fantastic buy.
http://www.academy.com/shop/pdp/escort-m...ldCatid=1207729

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Am wanting a semi auto, I know more problems can occur with a semi than with a pump. Are their semi autos worth buying?

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Im actually buyingnone today while my beretta gets worked on. I know there waterfowler gets good reviews....not sure about the rest.

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Buy a Beretta Outlander. The synthetic version is in the mid $600s. I got the wood version in the mid $700's a couple of years ago.

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I think most of us here got one as a back up. Im buying mine while mines at beretta. Im don't see spending 600 plus on a gun that will be shot 10 times wver.

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I had a semi for 3-4 years and it was great. It wasn't taken care of that great either. It had been dropped in the lake a couple times, drug thru mud and it never missed a beat. I would clean it at the beginning and end of the season. The only reason I'm not using it now is because something in the trigger group is broke in half. Not sure what piece it is but for the abuse it went through it was a pretty good gun.


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I got the semi. Been working for years.

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Originally Posted By: brock2013
I had a semi for 3-4 years and it was great. It wasn't taken care of that great either. It had been dropped in the lake a couple times, drug thru mud and it never missed a beat. I would clean it at the beginning and end of the season. The only reason I'm not using it now is because something in the trigger group is broke in half. Not sure what piece it is but for the abuse it went through it was a pretty good gun.


One of the best honest reviews of a gun I ve read in awhile. To many times today people cry about this that and the other of a "product" but forget to tell how they drug it through quicksand , a nuclear blast and used the barrel for a jack handle etc.... up Also Brock,I wonder that you might be able to replace the trigger group! They are imports but Id think it could be done!


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they have a 5 year warranty on them...

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I just saw an escort semi-auto at a pawn shop that looked pretty good. I didn't know anything about them so I didn't pay much attention to it, but I may have to go back and give it a second look.


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