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Okay, what shotgun brand do you have the most of?

Discussion in 'Shotguns' started by MCgunner, Jun 7, 2012.

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  1. MARKMALL

    MARKMALL Member

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    Winchester's-8
    Remington's-3
    Browning's-1
    Beretta's-1
    Mossberg's-1
    Savage's-1
    cheap single shots-2
     
  2. Blackrock

    Blackrock Member

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    Six (6) Remington 870's.
    One (1) SKB O/U
     
  3. bannockburn

    bannockburn Member

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    Mostly Mossberg, then Winchester.
     
  4. Inebriated

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    Couple Remingtons... hopefully adding a Benelli soon!
     
  5. Deer_Freak

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    Mossberg
     
  6. srtolly

    srtolly Member

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    Some of you guys really like your shotguns. I'm just starting.

    Coast-to-Coast master mag (Mossberg 500)
    Mossberg 835
    Iver Johnson Champion .410

    More to come I'm sure.
     
  7. turkeythug

    turkeythug Member

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    2 Winchester 1300 turkey 3" 12g
     
  8. willroute

    willroute Member

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    Remington 870s...tried and true
     
  9. gp911

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    One Remington 870 Wingmaster 12 bore

    One Savage 24 in .22WMR over .410

    One NEF youth model with 5 shotgun barrels (12, 16, 20, 28, & .410)
     
  10. Hunterdad

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    (2) Remingtons (Wingmaster and 1100 LT-20)
     
  11. JohnnyK

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    1 Saiga 12
    1 Mossberg 500
     
  12. dstegjas

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    Winchester Super X 1, 12 ga.
    Winchester Super X 3, deer gun, 12 ga.
    Winchester Supreme O/U, 12 ga.
    Antonio Zoli O/U, 12 ga.
    H&R Topper, 16 ga.
    Ithica SxS, 20 ga.
     
  13. SenecaGunner

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    mossbergs. inexpensive & reliable
     
  14. 308win

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    Two Remington - 12 pump, 20 semi-auto
    Two SKB 12 pump , 20 semi-auto
    One Browning 12 semi-auto
     
  15. aka108

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    One Mossberg Mariner 12ga
    One Baikal Coachgun 12ga for shooting cut shell. If you are not familiar with cut shell, just put it in your search engine.
     
  16. farscott

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    For me, 12-gauge Remington 870s and 28-gauge and .410 11-48s for trap, skeet, and HD. Then, Brownings 28-gauge and .410 BPS and 28-gauge Citoris for bird hunting and one 20-gauge Ithaca M37 just because. I have as many 28-gauge guns as 12-gauge guns. Thank the heavens for the MEC shotshell reloading presses.
     
  17. lovethosesooners

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    Remington 1100 12 gg (1986 model-still like new)
    Remington 870 Express (home defense)
    Remington Versa Max with 26" barrel and 22" for tactical
    Winchester SX3 RealtTree Max 4
    Browning Maxus Carbon Fiber 12 gg

    Regards "decline" of Remington, maybe I'm just the luckiest guy in the world, but I've bought 4 in the last 2 years (including rifles) and have had just as great of "luck" as I had with my 1977 Wingmaster 870 (so regret having sold that 1!-lesson learned) and 1986 1100 that I still have (and will NOT sell).
     
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