Remington V3 Tac

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Remington V3 Tac

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Post by Steve_In_29 » November 22nd, 2018, 9:42 am

Remington has a semi-auto version of their Tac

https://www.remington.com/other-products/v3-tac-13



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Re: Remington V3 Tac

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Post by pneuby » November 24th, 2018, 4:17 pm

There's a handful of videos posted on it now on the U Boob. I definitely like what I see. I just don't what sort of track-record that V3 semi has in the normal, 'shotgun', configuration. How long ago did Remmie introduce the model? I know that it's quite different from the 1100.

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Re: Remington V3 Tac

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Post by Madman » December 4th, 2018, 12:25 am

I love my Remington V3 field sport. Absolutely flawless function no matter what shells I've put through it and the best shooting semi 12 I've ever had. A huge improvement on the 1187. This little one should be just as awesome.

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Re: Remington V3 Tac

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Post by Steve_In_29 » December 5th, 2018, 8:49 pm

Due to its higher mag capacity I liked the Shockwave better than the Tac14 but this one has me thinking.

Though I imagine the semi-auto version might be more susceptible to inducing a short stroke absent a buttstuck planted into a shoulder.

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Re: Remington V3 Tac

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Post by Intel6 » December 6th, 2018, 7:46 am

My Tac 14 hardwood came with a +1 extension and you can add one to the cheaper TAC 14's. I actually have both but have always preferred the Remington's over the Mossberg's, just a personal preference.

The short stroke thing is an issue with the inertia driven SG's and since the Tac-13 is a gas driven gun you wont have those types of issues with it.

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