Lightweight design, balance and accuracy make the Super Comanche tough to leave behind when you go into the field. Unique features and versatility give Super Comanche the edge over the competition. Super Comanche will handle standard loads, rifled slugs and buckshot. The .410 gauge will shoot 2.5" or 3" shells. Adjustable sights, rubber grips, transfer bar safety and manual locking make the Super Comanche tough to beat.
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Submitted By: William P. On 05/05/2012
Bought mine about a year ago. Without a doubt, it is the most fun to shoot. I have shot every thing in it from .45 Colt in varying bullet weights and powder loads to .410 shotshells, "0", "00", and "000" and rifled slugs. It handled them all with ease. The highest recoil experienced was with some 7&1/2 shot 3" Magnum .410's.
Although, there are some standard .45 Colt loads that rival a .44 Magnum in recoil. If you reload, use the standard .45 Colt loads listed. Do Not use the loads for the Thompson Contender or Ruger Blackhawk. It is even mentioned in the manual not to use +P type loads. There's no practical need for them in this gun.
My first modification to the gun was getting rid of those cheap, lousy vinyl rubber grips. They could have at least made them out of Plastic, Bakelite, or anything else that has infinitely more strength.
These can actually be folded and bent especially if the gun is in a warm environmet Being a woodworker (in addition to a number of other things) I made a couple of sets of grips for it. If you can't make your own, Ruger Blackhawk grips may work with a bit of fitting or those from another single action.
The Iron sights are a bit off and you might find that you've used all the windage adjustment and are still off target. Get the scope mount that is made for it or make your own if you're handy with tools and metal fabricating.
I made a custom mount for mine and installed a Red Dot at first and then a couple of moths later, a Holographic type sight from NC Star (use of loctite is recommended). You can take the front sight off and replace it with a piece of Brass or Copper tubing.
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