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Discussion in 'Tactical Shotguns' started by blaster_54738, Sep 19, 2008.
My saiga 20.
that is truly amazing. my ideal setup would be a shotgun identical to this, an M1A and a 1911.
Thanks! It came together nicely....
Mossberg Maverick Model 88
I want a 930 bad but can't find one to save my life. That is how I came about the 1100.
I have to say I’m extremely jealous of all of you!!! Just some beautiful and deadly guns.. <?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-comfficeffice" /><o></o>
Great job team.. I’m actually heading to Big 5 tomorrow to look at a Remington 870 with a 18” barrel for $376.00 (I’ve got start some where).. <o></o>
Thanks again for the inspiration team.. <o></o>
Browning BPS highcap
I recently redid my entire Mossberg. It used to look like this:
but since then I've removed the ATI stock and foregrip, as well as the silly shotgun sling I put on and now it looks like this:
-New Speedfeed 3 stock set
-New GG&G Sling Adapter
-New 50 round bandolier loaded with 25 3" Magnum #2's and 25 2.75" Federal Tactical 00 Buck.
-New Mossberg factory safety kit
-Used Mossberg factory Complete drop in trigger assembly from 590
*soon to have Troy Industries 2 point sling*
that looks like a long reach from the pistol grip to the trigger, is it??
Looks it, but it's not. Surprisingly it actually creates good trigger finger discipline as the exact point on my index finger is where the trigger ends up. I don't have very big hands either.
What is that?
No. Remington 11-87 Tactical.
Nope....1100 Tactical. That's what it reads under the Mesa Shell Holder...
Well, I had the Remington and the Tactical right!!
I appreciate the love..... Oh, and two of the one's and half of the eights....
Those with side saddle shell carriers should have the base of the shell going down so you pull down and slide into the magazine to reload instead of having to pull up and then move down to reload (extra movements and time).
Just my .02 cents
That is partially true. Some people choose to have a shell or two "up" because with pactice, if your gun is dry and you need a quick follow up shot, it can be faster to pull one up and go over the top of the receiver and slap it directly into the ejection port.