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Home Defense Shotguns....Let's See them

Discussion in 'Shotguns' started by .357MagTaurus, Apr 29, 2009.

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  1. Mike U.

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    Details man! Details!
    If I need to be tortured with more pics, I'll go to Atlantic Firearms website.:p
     
  2. Mike U.

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    Strike TWO!
     
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  3. Mike U.

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    STRIKE THREE! YER OUT!!
    GOOD GRIEF! Press submit reply button once and get three posts.
    Why can't I get this deal when I go ammo shopping?
     
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  4. Maverick223

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    I do all the time...pick up a box then pay for it three times...:neener:

    To Kayback...I apologize for jumping to conclusions.
     
  5. LoneCoon

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    Savage 16ga Semi Auto loaded with 00 buck. Four in the tube and five on the side with a flashlight clipped into the saddle.

    I really do need to get around to cutting it down to 18.5" though.
     
  6. WalkingSoft

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    I'm not one to join the fight simply because it must be joined. This one however, should it be known to be a fight would be joined by all literate souls whom have ever protected another in desperate times. I join it now because while misery loves company, wisdom deserves respect. AcceptableUserName, you have joined wisdom with misery, and as such demeaned all of us who search for the exact kind of wisdom that the likes of sm and others here provide.

    This is TheHighRoad sir. Requirements understood to be prerequisite include respect and researching your delusions of granduer. There are people here (I am not among them) who have seen and done things that the rest of us cannot comprehend in defense of those less strong. We would all be wise to learn from them.

    Your all too quick dismissal of sm ranks you, in my mind at least, with the likes of Gecko45. Pull your pants up, straighten your ball cap, drop your "9" & try to determine if your Grandmother would be proud of your next words before you speak / type them.

    If you were mine, I'd turn you over my knee for that outburst. If my mother were still alive and you were mine, My arse would now be sore for allowing my child to be so ridiculous, especially in public.

    Steve, if I'm out of turn, please let me know.
     
  7. INMY01TA

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    My Maverick 88:
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    with the pistol grip:
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  8. thatkid82

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    Remington 870

    Remington 870 Express Magnum 18" barrel, Scattergun Technologies 2 shot mag extension, Blackhawk/Knoxx SpecOps over-folding stock, Meprolight night sight bead, Blackhawk sling.
     

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  9. Mike U.

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    My Gawd! A folding wire stock on a 12 gauge.:what::what::what:

    It makes my shoulder ache just lookin' at it.:uhoh:

    I really hope it's easier to shoot than it looks.

    How does it work for ya?

    You know, aside from the stock, which gives me the willies at the thought of shooting 3" shells, it looks like you have the rest set up rather nicely.
     
  10. chuckusaret

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    Tried to post a picture but failed. I have a Mossberg 500 12 ga 20" Persuader with pistol grips on both ends, ported barrel and receiver side saddle. I keep one BB and 7 slugs loaded at all times. My backup is a XD40 sub compact. I thought the porting would reduce the recoil but if it does I can't notice it. The porting did reduce barrel rise though.
     
  11. RX-178

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    thatkid82:

    How do you like that sling? I had one that looks exactly the same as yours, that I intended to use to carry extra shells for HD. Problem was, even with the sling strap adjusted to its maximum length, I couldn't really shoot the shotgun with the sling on. Too tight, and made it slow and awkward to get my shoulder to the stock (my stock doesn't fold over like yours does, however).

    Is there maybe something I'm doing wrong with the sling? Or is it just better for firing it in a PGO fashion?
     
  12. hobgob

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    my mossberg 590A1
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    Barretta 1201 FP - Police Riot Shotgun. Was banned for import under Clinton so I purchased it prior to that ban.

    Rifle Sights
    6 + 1 capacity
    6.3 pounds
    Chrome-lined bore
    Synthetic stock and forearm
    Pistol Grip
     

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    1 is none, 2 is one! :D

    Benelli Super Nova Tactical 12 ga.

    Remington 870 Express Magnum 12 ga.
     
  16. cameron.personal

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    I well used Winchester 1300 and a Winchester SX2 Practical MKII (made in Belgium by FN) that is taking the bulk of the shells these days... either one will work for Home Defense...

    30,000+ shells through this pump it's the primary Pig Hunter backup weapon
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    My 3 gun SG
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  18. Black Majik

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    Take your pick. Simple, not very tactical except being all black.

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    Making Dave proud. 870s ruled the day. :D

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  19. Beetle Bailey

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    Black Majik No! This is what I missed? My 870 hasn't seen much action lately.

    OP I just use a bone stock Remington 870 for home defense, so I'm not gonna bother with a picture.
     
  20. FLRon

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    I like to keep it simple...

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  21. chuckusaret

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    I recommend you keep KISS (Keep it simple @#$%^& ) or SIR (Simple is right)
     
  22. Gunfighter123

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    I like shotguns !!!
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    My newest;
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  23. ChCx2744

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    Sorry about the quality...iPhone camera :barf:

    My Remington 870 Express...Not nearly as tacticool as most of you guys, of course :eek:

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  24. DAVIDSDIVAD

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    Got enough shells there, ChC?

    :D
     
  25. mclark202

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    I like to stay in the 870 line, but have a mossy just to add flavor.

    870 magnum, super magnum, police magnum, and a marine magnum.
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    They don't really do me any good for "home defense" as they stay in the safe. Hy handguns are what I use for home defense, much easier to manuver with, hold more firepower, and it is what I train with.
     
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