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Discussion in 'Tactical Shotguns' started by blaster_54738, Sep 19, 2008.
Hey 03..from one Grunt to another.............I LIKE THAT Ol' School Model 37 !!
Squished...............WOW!! Do you "wheel"that around ????
NICE AVATAR TOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Glock 30 and Benelli M1 Super 90
FN police pump
Hey GRUNT, where's the "duckbill".
Looks like the one that I carried for 100 miles or so, back in the daze.
Wheel what around? If you meant is it heavy...not at all?
Thanks, my avatar rocks!
I'm with the grunt,
This is as tackycool as my shotguns get:
6 shot Mossberg 500 with heavy wall 18.5" barrel and screw in chokes.
I love my shotgun but I am looking for a better flashlight mount for the 20 gauge. Any ideas?
Thanks. I'll definitely have to grab one of those. The P60 (65 lumens) is plenty for HD ranges, but for the woods, 235 lumens would be really nice, and the runtime is longer than with the P60 bulb.
Winchester Defender 1300 (8 shot) 12 gauge 18" Barrell
I like that chopped forend. Well done. Might do that to mine but...then it would be tacticool Seriously....I just might but also shoot birds with it (28" barrel) so I'm not sure.
Here's my Mossy 500.
Added some goodies
This is my HD shotgun, a 12-ga Maverick 6-shot. It's not very tactical, but will get the job done.
Here is my baby, and 870 Express upgraded for home defense. I just tested patterning with buckshot today. Found out I can fill a perps chest with buckshot from down a hallway!
The recoil is much better with this stock setup than the original wood one. I fired a mix of 2 3/4 high base shells in 00 buck and slugs with no problems.
nice and simple moss. 500 persuader 7+1 with hogue tamer grips...gets the job done...nice shotguns by the way!!!