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Verona?

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So what can anyone tell me about these shotguns? I just bought a SX 405S 12 gauge for $150. Its brand new was never shot the only thing wrong was the barrel o-ring was dry cracked. I took it out and shot a box of trap loads through it and it seems like a good gun. I just could not pass up an auto loader for that price.. So did I do alright or is there something thats gunna rise its ugly head down the road? Thanks for any input.

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Gun is serviced by Gander Mountain. It is made and distributed by PMC. Verona use to have a website but does not anymore. I cannot find anything really bad about the gun. These guns were made in Italy except the semi auto which was made in Turkey.

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$150 for a brand new auto. Don't get your hopes up. Good luck though. Stranger things have happened.

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For what you paid, you couldn't go wrong. I'm not familiar with that brand, but I don't think I'd pass it up. Was it someone that you know that sold it? If I bought it off a rack for $150 I'd be a little more cautious. If it was someone that I knew that just didn't use it, I wouldn't worry about it. Either way, it would probably sit in my gunsafe as a backup gun should the need ever arise. You really couldn't go wrong at that price for an unused gun.

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Yeah I bought it from a truck driver at the place I work as a mechanic. He won it at a DU dinner...Its not a top of the line gun but its lite, pulls up nice and it holds 6 shots unlike the Browning Gold that I have with only 3.Thanks for the input guys, just wondering if anyone out there had one of these things?

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