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durocoated shotgun

Discussion in 'Tactical Shotguns' started by Tom from Sauk, Feb 14, 2010.

  1. I just got my truck shotgun back together. I used Aug green and Magpul tan. It was pretty easy and turned out great. It will be much better protected than before.
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    Thanks,
    Tom
     
  2. cj5mrt

    cj5mrt

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    Looks good. I'm about ready to duracoat mine in Stainless, if it ever warms up enough.

    Mike
     


  3. mixflip

    mixflip

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    Nice. What did you do to your muzzle? It looks as if you cut it at an angle to create a huge syringe for a thrust attack? Kinda like a built in bayonet so to speak huh? I am sure it changes your pattern too? If so how does the pattern look?
     
  4. Mongosafari

    Mongosafari El diablo verde

    I have seen that before. The guy claims it helps reduce muzzle climb.

    As long as it makes you happy...


    I had this funny thought hours later; Would the ATF Agent measure from the long or short side...
     
    Last edited: Feb 14, 2010
  5. lawndart98

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    +1 what's the benefit of that modification?
     
  6. Benefits, we don't need no stinkin' benefits. I didn't plan on any benfits for the angle of the barrel. I wanted to sharpen the muzzle of the shotgun and figured that the 45 degree angle would give me more of a cutting edge. What you can't tell in the picture, is that I sharpened the end of the barrel. So yea, basically I've got a 12 guage bayonet. Will it function? I don't know, I can't find a volunteer to try it on. :rofl: As far a patterning, i can hit a human sillouette at ten yards. Its kept in the truck to dispatch roadkill. It seems to shoot slugs accurate enough at ten yards. And for $40 I didn't get stiffed too bad.
    Thanks,
    Tom
     
  7. I Duracoated a Mossberg 500 for my son a couple of years ago. So far it has held up very well and the gun did not show any rust when my other 2 500's did.

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