expired Adler A110 Rock Star 12 Gauge - Lever Action Shotgun $639 @ Cleaver Firearms

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Different model but cheaper than last time Adler's A110 Lever Action Shotgun Synthetic Stock. 20" and 28" Model Available. $665. @ Cleaver Firearms

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Adler
A110 Rock Star
12 Gauge - Lever Action Shotgun
20" Barrel, Maroon Receiver

Rifle Sights, Synthetic Stock Set
3 Chokes - 5 Shot
This new eye-catching model from Adler is for those who like something a little outside the square, featuring a stylish maroon red Cerakote receiver that will >certainly have you standing out from the crowd. It also offers fast acquisition sights, incorporating a hi-vis rear sight with a bright fibre optic front sight.

Of course theres all the regular features youve come to expect like a smooth cycling action, 5-shot tube magazine, interchangeable chokes, and a soft ventilated >recoil pad. The hard chrome bore and chamber reduce maintenance, keeping you in the field longer. On top of all that the tough synthetic stock and forend accessory >rail make this a really rugged and versatile performer.

Special new $639

Dealers Licence No: 50000073

MOD: It is required to show Dealers License Number as per Firearms Act 1996, otherwise deal will be removed.

Cleaver Firearms

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  • +26 votes

    just use the hide setting if you don't want to see it… that's what I've just done. Very easy.

  • +2 votes

    Why are these so cheap? Are they bad quality or something?

    • +4 votes

      they are made in turkey

      also the mechanical tolerances needed for shotguns is a lot less than a pistol or a rifle (barring ornamental English shotguns)

      one might ask how come a Japanese made Howa hunting rifle is a mere $499 and yet a turkish made Adler shotgun is $639 when clearly Japan has higher costs and technically, the rifle is made to finer tolerances

      • +2 votes

        Just like Tikka and Sako. Same factory $1000 difference.lol.

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          Same factory doesn't mean much. And a lot of people throw it around as if it's a plus - "Oh it's made in the same factory as so and so!"

          A lot of different brands, especially for food, get produced in the same factory.

          Stuff like safeway/coles brands aren't produced in their own factories, but rather get outsourced to other companies that have their own factories to manufacture their product. Same workers, same machinery, different ingredients/quantities and recipes.

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        TIL Rifles and Shotguns are different

      • +1 vote

        This is probably a silly question but hasn't Turkey historically (perhaps not) had a reputation for producing firearms/cannons? In my own view I'd have thought that Turkey might in fact be quite proficient in arms production, which is not the case it seems, why is this so?

        • +1 vote

          The only reason "Made in Turkey" might be cheap is because labour in Turkey is cheap.
          Materials and technology used to produce firearms in Turkey are among the best in the world.
          The Turks used the biggest cannons the world had ever seen to bring down the walls of Constantinople during its conquest.
          American firearms companies continuously use Turkish arms manufacturers to produce firearms to sell on the American market, a market which might be considered the most competitive in the world.

        • +1 vote

          @Aydin:

          Appreciate the info and the reply Aydin :)

  • +1 vote

    Who can buy them, like licensing requirements

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    Bookmarking for the inevitable shit storm that will roll into town once the PC police get here…

  • +1 vote

    Meanwhile, this post remain at top of discussion board.

    Well done OP

    • +2 votes

      And the OP of that forum thread has chickened out and ran off, hiding behind DisabledUser anonymity

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    Upvoted this Deal just for you

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    Great price of an alright firearm. Debating this or the Pardus, both have their downsides.

  • -1 vote

    Serious question. How effective would one of these be against a snake? I'm looking to move out to the country in the near future, and I want something that can take care of them. Google only seems to come up with American results for a handgun, which I obviously can't get here in Oz. TY in advance for any genuine replies.

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      12 guage birdshot would cut a snake in two let alone buckshot

      but why? seems like way overkill against a snake

    • +10 votes

      It's a 12 guage…. There would be no snake left.

    • +5 votes

      Honestly, a shovel would be more effective but most of the time they are pythons and you dont wanna go killing pythons as they keep the rats at bay.

      • +2 votes

        Unless s/he is experienced i would not recommend a shovel, its far too close for comfort, 12 gauge is fine for this application, just watch out as these Adlers, they do have a habit of jamming if you are not aggresive with the lever action

    • +26 votes

      Why not just leave them alone…..
      1. they were there before you
      2. they keep vermin in check
      3. they are protected and it is illegal to kill them.

      You can't move out to the country then bitch about what's in the country…..

      • +35 votes

        You can't move out to the country then bitch about what's in the country…..

        ah yeah you can

        there's nothing more australian than moving somewhere and then complaining about something that was there decades, nay centuries before you

        eg. people under the flightpath or near a pub or concert hall or a racetrack or…

      • +5 votes

        Leaving them alone is the plan. The gun is for when they won't leave me alone.

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        If you ain't complaining then you ain't Australian.

    • +17 votes

      Unless you're Aboriginal, it's illegal to kill any native snakes in Australia.
      Legally you can identify as Aboriginal, like gender, so there's that loophole. #cueflames

    • +5 votes

      If your goal is to use a shotgun purely for snake destruction I would suggest a .410, you will get the similar results with less kick.

    • +9 votes

      Snake experts use a whacking stick.

    • +1 vote

      It would turn the snake into a snakey mist

    • +1 vote

      After stuffing round with rakes i went with one of these.
      http://m.ebay.com.au/itm/120cm-Snake-Handle-Tongs-Catcher-Cl...
      Makes life much easier. I move about 5-6 snakes a year and all except for one have been pythons so seems silly to shoot then just because people are scared of them.

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      Unless they are living around your house or sheds leave them alone.

    • +1 vote

      You can get 22 calibre shot shell rounds.

      They're essentially tiny little shot gun rounds, that go in a 22LR. They're designed for stuff like small rodents and snakes.

      Although I'd be careful shooting snakes - I'm not too familiar with the laws regarding killing snakes, but I believe some (all?) are protected.

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        I'd only kill one if it was a "me or him" situation, and I understand that is quite a rare occurrence, given that a. most snakes beat a hasty retreat if they sense you, and b. I'd run like a little girl if I saw one, high pitched scream and all.

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      For snakes its usual to use a .410 shotgun, there are snake shot shells available.

      <Source : I live in the frikkin bush,>

      Failing that get a carpet snake, they keep the other snakes away from the house yard.

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    Anyone know if you can get a S&W M&P9 M2.0 (black) here in Australia?

  • +8 votes

    For this price… I think it's worth a shot

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    Pew pew laser!

  • +9 votes

    I don't get the controversy when firearms are posted. Is it a victims of crime thing which I could understand?

    Like me, most here probably don't have license or the need for one but I understand others would.

    Its just another product at a bargain price is it not?

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      It could be argued that, for some, seeing a bargain posted about a firearm will trigger an interest in firearms. Maybe someone has been planning on performing some waste disposal (if you know what I mean) and now realises it could cost around $700 to eradicate the vermin. Maybe some of us are vermin and don't want to be exterminated.

      You could also think of this example: You're in constant arguments with your neighbour and there is a history of tit-for-tat aggression like loud music, vandalism, etc. but nothing physically violent yet. Then, one day, a gun store opens across the road. You'd think neither party would be happy about that, right? I think something similar is happening here. It's just the possible planting of an idea in people's minds that makes some uneasy.

      • +8 votes

        Then, one day, a gun store opens across the road

        You enter the store fill out the PTA and wait 28 days and buy the time you get your chosen weapon which by law has to be in a locked container when being transported, you've forgotten what the argument was about and your neighbour has moved away.

        • +1 vote

          Phew, that's a relief! Hold on, the new neighbour just let his dog poop on your nature strip and left it there. Time to save up $700.

        • +3 votes

          @kahn:
          Shovel is your tool of choice here, scoop and dump it on his doorstep.

        • +1 vote

          @nocure:
          Wait a second! I can see your neighbour using his shovel in a different way…by digging a shallow grave in his backyard while smiling.

        • +1 vote

          Dont forget the 6 months to get the actual firearms license

      • +1 vote

        trigger an interest

        haha snort…

      • +3 votes

        It could be argued that, for some, seeing a bargain posted about a firearm will trigger an interest in firearms. Maybe someone has been planning on performing some waste disposal (if you know what I mean) and now realises it could cost around $700 to eradicate the vermin. Maybe some of us are vermin and don't want to be exterminated.

        That's ridiculous. And hilarious that you think someone who plans on committing pre-meditated murder goes and buys a gun legally LOL.

        • +2 votes

          Murderers aren't immune to the temptation of a bargain. Maybe they don't have the connections to obtain a weapon illegally. Perhaps they only want the gun in case they get pushed too far, like…geez…I dunno…down-voted on a bargain website.

      • +3 votes

        In that same fantasy, condoms promote law-breaking sex… credit cards promote huge debts = loss of home = drugs, homelessness, suicide.

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      It's because it's usually a deal on the Alder shotguns, which were very controversial. Even if the controversy was for all the wrong reasons.

  • +7 votes

    featuring a stylish maroon red Cerakote receiver that will >certainly have you standing out from the crowd.

    If you're in a crowd with a shotgun, you're not going to have a whole lot of problems standing out…

    Great price though, only worries I'd have with that lever action is the govt will crack down on it at some point in the future due to the high firing rate. But if they buy it back at RRP, profit!

    • +2 votes

      They already have cracked down, and put a restriction of 5 rounds on lever action shotguns - I believe that any pre-existing lever action shotguns with more than 5 rounds are grandfathered in (eg they were legal at the time so you can keep them). Side note: the crack down was primarily due to how publicised these were (and hoplophobes screaming that they're rapid fire mass murder machines, yet there is no real evidence of lever action shotguns being used in crimes in the last 20+ years), you've been able to get lever action shotguns with more than 5 rounds for some time - and not too many years ago the IAC lever shotgun was retailing new for around the same price, but as they weren't highly publicised they didn't trigger the reaction that the Adler has.

  • +2 votes

    Why are guns so popular here on ozbargain? I thought we only like xiaomi products, eneloops, and hungry jacks?

    • +21 votes

      To reduce the competition when waiting for Aldi doors to open.

    • +2 votes

      You forgot full bore retail Nintendo retro consoles, Motorola G5 Plus and DJI drones…

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