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Web ID: 1108301732196
Rated 5 out of
My Favorite ShotgunI live to hunt anything that I can in Iowa, including dove, waterfowl, pheasant, deer, and turkey, and last fall I was in the market for a new semi-automatic 12 gauge shotgun. Being the avid outdoorsman that I am I needed it to be versatile, reliable, durable, and affordable, so I decided to purchase the Remington VersaMax.
The 12 gauge shotgun has an inherent versatility regardless of the make or model. The VersaMax takes it another step farther by reliably cycling any 12 gauge load without fail. Remington also manufactures rifled barrels for the VersaMax, making it an excellent deer shotgun.
As anyone who has ever hunted knows there is nothing worse than a firearm malfunction in the field, so reliability is essential. This gun implements Remington’s new VersaPort gas action system, which regulates the pressure used to cycle the action according to the length of the shell. This results in a firearm that is self-cleaning and that can cycle any load regardless of size. Two things come from this. One is that the barrel and magazine tube get coated in fouling, but the other is that this is the most reliable gun I’ve ever owned. Some oil and a rag are all that are necessary to clean the barrel and magazine tube anyway.
Being that my main focus is waterfowl hunting, the firearm I chose had to be able to withstand the rigors of boats, blinds, water, and the more than occasional drop to the ground. The VersaMax has lived up to my expectations. Much of my hunting involves wading half a mile or more through water that ranges from knee high to chest high, and that results in the gun getting wet. The finish used on this gun successfully protects it from surface rust, which greatly increases the longevity of a firearm. In addition, I have yet to experience a broken part anywhere on the gun, which is obviously a positive.
Finally, I was concerned about affordability. I was well aware that you get what you pay for with shotguns, so my intention was to spend a considerable amount of money. Eventually, I found a VersaMax in all black for $1,150, which was $300 less expensive than the Browning A5s I was also considering. I bought the gun the next day and have never regretted it. This is easily my favorite firearm that I own, and I would recommend it to anyone that is looking for a top quality shotgun for any conceivable purpose.
Date published: 2015-09-23
Rated 1 out of
VERY disappointedPurchase the Remington Versa Max in December of 2014.
Used it for the first time in January of 2015. After use, noticed brass shavings at the ejection port.
First week of February, 2015 the Versa Max was returned to Remington for warranty inspection/repairs.
As of the first week of May, 2015 the Versa Max is still in for service. Remington refuses to provide an estimated return date.
Date published: 2015-05-08
Rated 5 out of
Great Solid GunJust picked this gun up on the weekend after a salesperson from bass pro recommended it for me. I needed a gun that would reliably cycle any kind of load through it. I took it out today and cycled two boxes of 3 1/2 shells with no problem at all and immediately switched to 2 3/4 target loads approx. 125 with no jams. This gun does exactly what remington says it will, any load any size! We'll see how this gun does over time but for initial reaction to it I am very impressed