Donald Denison: Some of these guns have chokes, some don't make sure to check the barrels before you shoot slugs, or you may bulge or crack your barrels. After smoothing and adjusting the sears, triggers, safety parts etc, use Casenite to harden them so the good work will last. Be sure to degrease all threads, male and female and then apply a thread locker as these screws tend to back out over time. Smoothing of the hinge pin, barrel lugs and forend hinge radius is all that is necessary, do not try to change the dimensions, just slick these parts up. Locking lugs and bolt should not be messed with unless you want premature looseness. Honing of the chambers and cleaning up the rim recesses on the barrel and extractor will allow the fired shells to fall out easily. By the way if you don't pull the triggers the rebounding hammers cannot strike the firing pins and fire the shells, all the safety really needed, the tang safety in this case is a Lawyer part that will probably be ignored or disabled by experienced competitors. Many Cowboy Action shooters are using these shotguns as a platform for competition guns after cleaning, polishing, and hardening parts where necessary. This is a good basic design that needs a little TLC before it is reliable and pleasant to shoot. When set up properly this gun serves quite well in timed competition and handles hard use and stress well, AFTER they are tuned up. This weapon is a real bargain for those capable of tuning up their own shotgun. If you can't do, or are not comfortable working your own gun, buy the Cimarron import, a copy of the Colt 1878 shotgun that has more stringent quality control, or buy the CZ/Huglu Coach Gun, both are pretty much ready for competition right out of the box though they too can benefit from tuning, one is about twice the cost of the JW 2000, the other more than three times the price, but they, for the most part, don't have any major problems to deal with. "There is no such thing as a free lunch".
The Weekend Medic: will not lie form this angle/ camera u kinda look like mat damon
checkyoursix: Im not sure why this review is getting thumbs down.... At 3:25 he says the most honest thing I have ever heard on a gun review. nice work pal! Im so tired of the wannabe "operators" here on youtube with the unbiased reviews..cough cough. If you guys want to really know about a gun, watch guys like this. Mac, iraqvet8888888, hickok45 have nice revenue sharing deals with 90% of what they review. Nutnfancy is the only guy not taking money from companies to lie about their guns. Look for the guys on youtube that are making a living by doing a gun review and those will be the most authentic.
Sand Stone: What a douche...
Absolute Liberty: No problem with the gun but man stop tossing and turning while messing with the gun.
WichitaMule: You had to do a trigger job on it? Really? How about showing us the tools and the sear angle jig you used for that would you? Naaaaaaa, I didn't think so either. You had to do a trigger job on it because the sear wasn't cut properly? Wasn't CUT properly? WTF is that? Man, the BULLcrap just runs off your lips like cheap gun oil doesn't it?
Ha ha ha!! A trigger job cuz the sear wasn't CUT right!!! Ha ha ha ha ha!! Man you are hilarious.
WichitaMule: That is NOT a trigger block safety kid, it's a slide or tang safety. Here you are again trying to teach people about a gun you know absolutely nothing about.
You went out and bought a gun, just to show it on Youtube? Now that's the dumbest thing I've heard in a long time. Stop trying to be something you ain't kid, and go play outside with the other neighborhood kids. A gun reviewer you aren't.
larsonb33: What is the fecal factor when I have that gun pressed to the side of a robber's head?
ycdocs120: Jesus that gun looks huge in your hands! Are you a dwarf?
Robert Stackhouse: all sear systems must be slightly positive,meaning as you pull the trigger the hammer should cam back slightly and then fall, make it safe
Tracy Towns: I had one of those. The first time I took it out was the end of it. It fired it twice and broke it down to reload and a weld broke and it fell apart in my hands. After seeing how it was made I decided it wasn't worth fixing so I went and bought a Mossberg.
deathangellink: that right, my mistake , sorry
deathangellink: that right, my mistake
deathangellink: that nice to conclude a disagreement like gentlemens right ?
deathangellink: and that what i said first, so that just mean that we are on the same wave length
deathangellink: dominion arms and norinco are the same, dominion arms guns are customs norinco guns
Njal Thorgeirsson: My thoughts exactly- look like the perfect host for it. I'd feel a little bad hacking up a Stoeger for such a project, but a $230 chinese coach might be more suitable. And the exposed hammers might make it look better too
ptong226: I think you got a good deal, I got mine for $360
ptong226: yeah that is cool we can legally buy 12'' shotguns in Canada, every Canadian should take advantage of that and buy one. on the other hand the uncool part is our magazines for rifles are limited to 5 rounds. that sucks.
century arms JW-2000 double barrel coach gun review5
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