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Anyone have experience with the Norinco 99W 'Coach Gun'?

Discussion in 'Rifle Discussion' started by bumpkin, Nov 4, 2010.

  1. bumpkin

    bumpkin SW WA 98643 Member

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    Does anyone own one of these?

    What are your impressions?

    Will it do OK with rifled slugs?

    I'm not a cowboy shooter - just thinking of one for home defense.

    thanks
     
  2. mudslinging79

    mudslinging79 oregn Member

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    buckshot is better than slugs imho. slugs travel throgh walls too easily, may be taking out people in the next room or 2 by accident. winchester 00buck, low recoil is my choice.
     
  3. joeldworkin307

    joeldworkin307 Port Townsend, WA Member

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    I have a Stoeger Coach Gun next to my bed for just that purpose, one barrel has a slug and one has buck shot. Great guns, fun at the range. Mine shoots slugs very well.
     
  4. bumpkin

    bumpkin SW WA 98643 Member

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    Joel -

    Thanks for your reply - do you leave the Stoeger 'cocked & locked'? That is, with rounds in the chamber and the (internal) hammers cocked and the safety on?

    That is what I like about the Norinco Coach Gun - it has external hammers. (And yes, I am assuming that the hammers can be safely decocked and the gun can be safely stored in that condition).