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Discussion in 'Tactical Shotguns' started by blaster_54738, Sep 19, 2008.
Nice guns folks. I think a tactical shotgun will be my next purchase.
I had to throw one in to. My 1300 Defender, in the corner, by the bed where it belongs. I can get to it pretty quickly should things go "bump" in the night.
I wish I could get an 18.5" with screw in choke for my 870.
Also a fan of this...
Any more info on these 3?
That's what I want next!
On the top photo, is that XS-sights? How do you like them compared to ghost ring sights?
Those are actually Trijicon 3-dot tritium sights...I don't know that there's any significant difference between them and the ghost ring as far as accuracy goes, but the Track-Loks are definitely more robust.
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My new 8" Saiga
Thanks. I have ordered XS express sights that mount in place of the rifle sight on my 20" 870. I ordered the BIG dot and I am hoping that it is not TOO big. I mainly use this gun in three gun matches.
Both 870s, both need lights, side saddles, and slings. Top one used to look like this:
Added 20" barrel and ATI collapsible stock and forend. I like it.
All I did to the bottom one was swap the two foot long forend for a smaller one.
H&K Benelli M1 Super 90 - 7 in the tube, 1 on the feed tray, 1 in the chamber. 3 pt. sling, also has a pistol grip stock (not pictured).
I love that M1.
There are a few over at Gunbroker. I have only seen the prices go up. If you buy, be sure to get the HK Benellis. The ghost ring sight is different, and you can get one extra round in the gun by loading one on the feed tray for a total of 9. The newer M1's only load 8. Here is a NIB (without the extension or pistol grip)
Here is another with the extension, pistol grip and a standoff device - worth what is being asked.
I have a M1 with the 24 inch barrel that I bet doesn't have 30 rounds through it. It sits in the corner and is as stock as it came from the factory. EVERY time I watch Tom Knapp, Benelli's sponsored trick shooter, with his M2 with mag extension, I want to send mine off and have about 3 inches taken off the barrel, re-threaded for choke tubes and add the mag extension. Then I would be good to go. I don't think losing that 3 inches would affect it that much if I then took it out squirrel, rabbit, or bird hunting or shooting clay pigeons. Of course if Benelli didn't price their freakin' barrels so damn much I'd just buy a shorter one.
Thats the shotgun I have been looking for. All dealers in Fl have been sold out for months.