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Browning BPS shotgun accessories?

Discussion in 'Shotguns' started by opto_isolator, Nov 15, 2007.

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  1. opto_isolator

    opto_isolator Member

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  2. Jimmie

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    If you want tactical, trade it for an 870.
     
  3. ArmedBear

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    Here's a list of all the aftermarket accessories for the BPS:
     
  4. Omaha-BeenGlockin

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    I put sling swivels on mine----other than that you're looking at choke tubes--barrels----and stocks. B&C makes a number of synthetic stocks for the BPS.

    There is a dedicated tactical BPS---but no extras for it.
     
  5. Dave McCracken

    Dave McCracken Moderator In Memoriam

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    Good shotgun.

    Strange as it may seem, a box stock pumpgun with short barrel and wear marks makes a fine defensive tool.

    What you need is an ankle high pile of empty hulls. Go to it....
     
  6. ArmedBear

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    Dave's right.

    Here's a second list. These are all the aftermarket accessories you need:
     
  7. gp911

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    I have the same gun, but in 10 gauge. Part of me would like to have the barrel cut to about 22" and use it as the ultimate devastation gun for clearing the house of things that go bump in the night... Then my brain reminds me that I really just need to get a used police 870 the next time they pop up on sale locally.

    Cool gun in general. I like the quality feel of the tang safety, etc. and mine is pretty well used and dinged up but not rusted anywhere. Others have had bad luck with the finish on these, so YMMV. Mine has been around awhile, so I don't know if it is just newer guns with the finish issues or what. Oh, and they're heavy, notice the 12 gauge is 8lbs. I like the heft of the 10, but its a bit of a fencepost to swing around in the house, especially since I'm a single shot fan used to guns that are almost a foot shorter.

    Aside from (maybe) a light I wouldn't add anything to a BPS except time spent shooting it.

    My 1.94 cents Canadian.

    gp911
     
  8. opto_isolator

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    Thanks for the info - I am a lefty, so this gun will be nice for me.
     
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