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Auto or Pump? Mossy or Remington?

Discussion in 'Tactical Shotguns' started by SGT45, Apr 13, 2012.

  1. SGT HATRED

    SGT HATRED

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    How about both?
    Benelli M3 convertible!

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  2. jhooten

    jhooten NRA Life Member

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  3. countrygun

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    We have a Winchester 1200, Remington 870, and Mossberg 500A with the ghostrings. This is my 3rd Mossberg and I like the action so well I bought a 20 for upland game. I do think the Mossberg is more "user friendly" as others have pointed out.
     
  4. BEER

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    oh i highly doubt that, very very highly. i bet there are more butt stock options alone for pumps than all saiga accessories combined. lol
     
  5. Mossberg 930 SPX, $600 for a 7+1 auto with over 750 assorted loads with zero malfuntions. And it loves the low brass loads for what I call fun shooting. Home defense, 7+1 of 00 buckshot, bring it on.
     
  6. jp3975

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    Maybe Im mistaken.

    But you can do almost everything you can do with an ar to an ak or saiga. Lots of custom Saiga builders. as well.

    There are even 2 or 3 bullpup conversions out there.

    Not to mention you can make it as short as you like without sacrificing capacity.

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    Last edited: Apr 18, 2012
  7. mgs

    mgs Always Carrying Millennium Member

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    I have them all.....1187 Special Purpose works great for me with Buck or slugs, Mike.
     
  8. Blackshirt

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    I prefer pumps...greater reliability and they will digest a wide variety of shells. Of the pumps, I like the 870 best. Its a great value and will continue to function in the worst of conditions (even double-feeds).

    Of the autos, I like the Benelli best. They're pretty reliable in crappy conditions and the have a "select-slug" feature that is great for tactical loading on-the-run.
     
  9. I replaced my Saiga with a Remy 1187. Look forward to shooting it.