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[PUN] T.M “Stallion” over/under 12 bore gun by Bhargav Arms Co.

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Re: [PUN] T.M “Stallion” over/under 12 bore gun by Bhargav Arms Co.

Postby Ajaaybeer » Sun Jun 03, 2018 10:08 pm

sathvik wrote:Dear Ajay ji.
First thing first the firing pin of bottom barrel is not centred to the barrel ( the primer ) this will effect the firing of the gun . You can notice the spent shell . The firing pin indentation is offset to the bottom of primer .
Try to get a good gun Smith who can tune the firing pin so that it hits the centre of primer .
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Thanks Sathvik for bringing that up. You are very right . Even the firing pin that works is also not centrally aligned to primer as quoted above.
This was the other problem i missed to list.


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Re: [PUN] T.M “Stallion” over/under 12 bore gun by Bhargav Arms Co.

Postby sa_ali » Mon Jun 04, 2018 3:05 pm

I will not comment on things, but you should definitely take it back to Modern and get the ejector issue corrected. 1 common reason for that is that Proof marking makes dent in the chamber and that prevents ejection also. They should be able to smooth out the chamber or if required install sleeves inside. You should not feel any humps or friction inside the chamber.



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Re: [PUN] T.M “Stallion” over/under 12 bore gun by Bhargav Arms Co.

Postby Rover solomon » Tue Jun 05, 2018 11:27 pm

Ajaaybeer wrote:Performance review of Stallion :
After a long time i got a chance to test my Stallion at open country side. To my dismay my gun failed me.
I wrote in the very beginning that i didnt have very high expectations from the gun for performance but failure is not expected atleast.
I am not a professional but like any other person looking for decent quality.
Issues faced:
1: Only one cartiridge fired or single barrel worked for the reason the firing pin fell from the other and went missing .
2: The one operational barrel also faced a jammed ejector .
3: The used shell didnt eject and had to be manually extracted after struggle.

For the day it was a spoil sport. The gun is an utter dissapointment. We used manual clay pegion thrower for recreational shooting to test our guns before we goto nearby range. It saved me a journey to range well .
Other over under we used was Himalayan over under with double trigger and single ejector . Himalayan gun is also not worthy of quality. It also faced ejectors issue although it had a single ejector . The shell also gets stuck in that gun.
Guess what saved the mood from being ruined?
My friends grandfather’s old side by side short gun 30 inch barrel saved the remainder .

Xonclusion: The gun was bought for 54k rs but its not worth half the price. The finish quality is not good and build quality can be made out from operational failure. This one is not recommended.
I will try to get it repaired from somewhere and will extract what it has to deliver. Final word is go for better quality .

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Ajaybir Sandhu




OMG this many issues in New gun.you saved my 50k

Thanks sir for the review

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sa_ali wrote:I will not comment on things, but you should definitely take it back to Modern and get the ejector issue corrected. 1 common reason for that is that Proof marking makes dent in the chamber and that prevents ejection also. They should be able to smooth out the chamber or if required install sleeves inside. You should not feel any humps or friction inside the chamber.


If I am right the gun is not made from modern gun works.
This made bhragav arms?

Correct me if i am worng

Rover



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Re: [PUN] T.M “Stallion” over/under 12 bore gun by Bhargav Arms Co.

Postby Rover solomon » Fri Jun 22, 2018 7:22 pm

Have you taken any action to correct your gun.how Varun is responded for that issue?



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Re: [PUN] T.M “Stallion” over/under 12 bore gun by Bhargav Arms Co.

Postby Ajaaybeer » Sat Jun 23, 2018 10:28 am

Rover solomon wrote:Have you taken any action to correct your gun.how Varun is responded for that issue?


Yes , I did call Mr.Varun of Bhargav Arms and that was possible because my fellow Ifgian Sathvik talked to him and explained him. The credit is on Sathvik because i would have disposed the gun and never approached Mr. Varun.
I had a telephonic conversation and he is a very polite gentleman . He was kind enough to invite me over to Jammu to resolve my issues with the gun.
Presently i am working on learning the process to obtain either travel or courier permission to send the gun but to my surprise DM office staff does not have clarity on how to entertain such request as my city is a small town actually and not even a proper city so i am the first one to request such permission.
Lets see i will update the rest. If it works through and my gun is fixed , i will surely goto nearby range and update my review with pictures .

Ajaybir


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