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Shell holder on stock or sling?

Discussion in 'Shotguns' started by Navy_Guns, Jan 25, 2013.

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  1. Kingcreek

    Kingcreek Member

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    I prefer a full mag tube and loose shells right next to it. I can grab buck, slugs, or shot as needed cause i dont like the way it adds to the clunky factor and changes the handling dynamics. drop em in the right front pocket. It's more likely a raccoon raiding the bird feeders or a coyote causing mischief than armed attackers anyway.
     
  2. Navy_Guns

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    Wow! Some good points. That stock with the shell stuck in the side - does it hold multiple shells in the butt or just one shell?
     
  3. Sav .250

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    Don`t know what type of a shotgun you have but if it`s semi-auto or pump and if the full tube (5-6 shells) isn`t enough, then you`ll need more than what you have in mind.
     
  4. Tony617

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    Sorry about that I put the side saddle on before taking it to the gun range it that picture I posted. I realized the I needed to keep my left hand on the shotgun and reload with my right hand.

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    I was using my Mossberg Maverick 88 for HD and had the TacStar side saddle on the receiver instead of the buttstock.

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