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bullpup conversion for rem 870

Discussion in 'Shotguns' started by dprice3844444, Aug 29, 2013.

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  1. dprice3844444

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    se fla i love claymores 01/sot
  2. jaguarxk120

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    Nice conversion, BUT I'm left handed!!!!!
     
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    Says it is fully reversible. However, I assume that means it can be put back to the original configuration.
     
  4. jaguarxk120

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    It would be nicer if they come out with a magazine conversion. Getting rid of the tube fed magazine and have removable magazines.
     
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    The conversion pulls the ejection port back to just below the shooters right eye. Notice the shroud? Does it take care of that problem or just attempt to?
     
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    Pretty cool concept.... but way more than I'd spend for 'dressing up' a ~$300 Remington 870 (price listed $359).
     
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    Very well engineered, and looks to be high quality, I just keep wondering how hard it would be to disassemble for cleaning. I do like it, make an already compact shotgun even more so. As far as price I'm thinking this would be a good conversion for a used pawnshop special or old warhorse type of 870. None of the local mall ninja`s would even know you had an old gun in your fancy new bull-pup
     
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    Ease/reliability of loading is more important in a shotgun than length. I can't see buying this without handling it to understand the loading ergonomics. I think combat loading is not going to work out (not the end of the world). Regular loading looks awkward.
     
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