Remington Versa Max Sportsman 81045
Used Price: $870.19
New Price: $905.86
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The Remington Versa Max Sportsman is a great choice for anyone who is recoil sensitive . It has hardly any recoil . This shotgun will eat and spit out any shell you put through the pipe ! The gun is easy to break down and clean . For a big three in a half inch gun to fire and spit out the little 3/4 &7/8 trap loads is unmatched most brands would have trouble . Also the Lifetime Warranty is next to none . ...more
Awesome gun for the money. Heard the gun didn’t cycle 2-3/4 well. Didn’t worry me as I mainly purchased to shoot 3.5 inch shells for Goose. Happy to report the gun cycled 2-3/4 with no issues.. I have a Remington 870 with similar finish and would caution anyone that is not use to this finish and uses the gun in harsh conditions to ensure they clean and oil well once dry and acclimated or some surface rust may occur. If you aren’t going to be diligent in cleaning camo finish would be a good option for you. Lastly read all instructions on use and loading / unloading as the gun does not operate like a traditional Remington 1100 or 1187 but once you learn the technique they are easy to operate. ...more
This is the 2nd versamax I've owned. The 1st was the more expensive waterfowl pro a few years ago. I was disappointed to see that there was some rust/powder residue in the barrel about 6-8" from the chamber that wouldn't easily clean out. It doesn't appear to be pitted heavily just not polished like the rest of the barrel. I contacted Remington and several gun Smith's. Remington offered to inspect the barrel and replace if it is a defect or charge me if it isn't. The Smith's that I spoke with said I should try to shoot the gun and see if it would clean up afterwards. It did clean up better after a box of Kent steel shot. I'm glad Remington is offering to inspect it but, for $700 I dont feel like I should have had to mess with it at all. The gun didnt like cycling 2 3/4" target loads at first but, after some high brass shells, it seems to be cycling easier now. ...more