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Changed my 870 Setup **Pics**

Discussion in 'Shotguns' started by BossHog, Mar 20, 2009.

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  1. Auburn1992

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    Excellent piece of wood!

    I really like it alot more than the former.
     
  2. Falcon78

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    Very tacticool, I like it.
     
  3. spyderdude

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    That looks really cool, I love it!
     
  4. Howaido

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    I prefer the specops on mine due to the adjustable LOP and, of course, the recoil reduction. I like old-school looks, but in this case, I have gone with new-school advantages.
     
  5. heathen

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    I agree that the walnut is definately better looking.

    Beautiful!

    Heath
     
  6. BossHog

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    "BIG improvement. What did you do with the Surefire?"

    I sold the Surefire a few weeks ago and the Knoxx is spoken for as well. I like the walnut so much that I'm putting it on my other 870 too.
     
  7. jakemccoy

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    Nice!!! Now, get some marks on that thing. It's screaming to be used.
     
  8. EMC45

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    AWESOME! SO much better with wood instead of tacticool plastic.
     
  9. MTS Cop

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    That looks awesome. I dumped the black synthetic furniture on my 870 for the walnut Police pieces and I couldn't be happier. Looks much classier.
     
  10. 6-gunfun

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    wow from tacticle take out all iraqis to grandpas deer gun sweet!!!!!
     
  11. Almond27

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    Looks great! classy for sure.
     
  12. Rshooter

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    Very nice. Maybe I will post mine when I am done. I am taking a police from wood to a AR stock and grip with a Mesa adapter, going in the opposite direction. :D
     
  13. jaholder1971

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    Hey, since when is wood on a shotgun not tactical? :confused:

    A simple oil finish has worked just fine on combat shotguns since WW1 and is no more reflective than black plastic.

    Someone _might_ try to argue that wood stocks in humidity may affect point of impact, but we're talking about PATTERNS here, not tiny repetitive groups.
     
  14. jakemccoy

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    I have never heard that before and have to admit that I don't quite understand. Are you talking about shotguns?
     
  15. Mr. Bojangles

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    Congragulations!! Mucho gusto!!
     
  16. Mike U.

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    SWEEET! Now, if we could get some pics with more light so the wood's grain can be admired more fully.
    If you decide to refinish the wood, good pics will make for an awesome before and after thread.:)
     
  17. heavyshooter

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    I much prefer the walnut look. It's dressed up but ready for action.
     
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