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Show of your favorite home defense shotgun!

Discussion in 'Shotguns' started by BergaminoCAV, Jul 21, 2006.

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  1. SLCscottie

    SLCscottie Member

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    DA#$!!!!

    We are a prepared group.
     
  2. coolbarrelbill

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  3. jdwhite

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    It's my old grouse gun from when I was a kid. I added:

    20" IC barrel
    Wilson Combat +2 magazine extension
    Tacstar flashlight mount
    Streamlight Scorpion flashlight
    Buttstock shelldholder
    Old sling from an SKS

    It's very light and handles well.
    -JD
     
  4. jhco

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    870 with duracoat and new stock and for grip. it started life as

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    but this is it know not a great pic but here she is


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  5. Mp7

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    holymoly.....

    is there anything, that looks as mean as a Tromix Saiga12?

    *chuckle*

    indeed a very well prepared group.:evil:
     
  6. Srigs

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    This is my favorite! :what: :evil:

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  8. Flopsy

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    Hey Sig357, how do you have that sling attached to your 500 in the front? I have the same model and I attached it to a stud screwed into the front of the mag tube, but I think I like your method better. What's the mount?
     
  9. SiG357

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    Actually there is no mount.

    It's wrapped around the barrel.

    I have since moved it to the mag tube. The TLR-2 mount keeps it from moving into the slide.
     
  10. Browning

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    Well right now, it's this one.

    Franchi Law 12 semi-auto shotgun loaded with #4 Buck

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    The only thing that I'll really like to put on it is a sling and a light so that I can see the target if it's dark.

    I have a REAL vested interest in identifying a target before I shoot.

    I usually prefer to keep my shotguns kind of light, but I think that the light's worth the added weight.

    That shotgun's one of the lightest I've ever held, so the added weight won't be all that much anyway.
     

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  11. 4thPointOfContact

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    High Standard Model 10B
    with Eotech and extended magazine tube. Made around 1974-1976 and hasn't had any problems since.

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    USAS-12
    by Gilbert Equipment Company and Daewoo.
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    No picture of the newest yet, it's your everyday, ordinary Mossberg 930SPX. Once my shell holder arrives, I expect it to look quite a bit like this one except that my shell holder will be plastic, not elastic.
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  12. NCLivingBrit

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    I'm drooling over that USAS.......

    Here's mine, a basic Mossberg 500 with some polymer (personal preference over the wood, as is the pistol grip over the regular stock). I know putting ammo on the side is both a sin and utterly immoral, but easy reloading is so tempting for us talentless sorts who have to spray ammo everywhere to approach the godlike accuracy of those with wooden furniture on their guns.

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