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Discussion in 'Tactical Shotguns' started by blaster_54738, Sep 19, 2008.
I see great minds think alike.
Mossberg 500 Persuader
Hogue Tamer pistol grip
Surefire G2 w/ 120 lumen bulb
CDM Gear light mount
Meprolight Tru-Dot Night Sight
Magpul AFG forend
Marine Coat Heatsheild
I just couldn't leave my 870 well enough alone. I hate this forum!
I agree. This forum has caused me to spend more money than booze.
My current (work in progress) setups for both my 12 gauges. NEF Pardner has a 5 shot shell sleeve filled with 00 Buck, recoil pad (not pictured), and a green TruGlo Fiberoptic front sight, 28" full choke barrel. Currently also serves as my trap/skeet gun. My Winchester 1300 is a Ranger modelwith a 22" smooth cylinder deer slug barrel with rifle sights. Currently has see through (not pictured) scope rings with a Simmons ProDiamond shotgun scope mounted, and a solid recoil pad as well. Holds 4+1 of Remington Managed Recoil 00 Buck. Looking to mount slings with extra shell holders on both, and maybe a mag extension for the pump. I'm all about wood stocks... I like old school, so they aren't exactly "tactical". I'll get there eventually. Maybe.
Feedback and suggestions are welcome!
G19 - Gen 3
G37 - Gen 3
Winchester 1300 Ranger 12 Ga.
NEF Pardner SBI 12 Ga.
Savage 24 O/U - .22LR/410
My M4 was a marine Desert Camo color. I finally got sick of it and painted it.
No offense to my Devil Dog Brethren.
What's hanging off the fore grip?
Magpul Angled Fore Grip (AFG).
Thanks for the reply. I checked it out on Magpul's website. Weird looking for sure, but as long as someone likes it, seems cool to me.
I don't see how they work on a shotgun as you're supposed to wrap your thumb over the barrel.
I looked at some of the Magpul videos where their two instructor guys are using them. They are laying their thumb parallel to the barrel, extended forward and resting on the fore grip. I think they are going for grip consistency since it looks similar to a thumbs forward position with a pistol.
I don't think it's any better or worse based on what I saw in the videos and "looks" a bit strange to me however if it works for them or someone else, more power to them.
Hell, I don't even like 'em on a rifle, was just trying to imagine their effectiveness on a shotgun. Different strokes and all that.
You can't imagine their effectiveness? Not even if you close your eyes and grunt while you imagine as hard as you can?
Not even then.
Finally bit the bullet and sprung for a Magpul shotgun stock for my dedicated home defense 870...and it was worth every penny. It has the best ergonomics of any shotgun stock I've ever used...and I've tried them all.
Nice looking shotgun. You gonna hang one of the triangles off the fore grip too?
Never really thought about it until now...but I wouldn't rule it out.
What foregrip is that?
That's an old-school Surefire 618.
I got one of them on my old Marine Magnum too.....
Also, if you haven't done so, do yourself a favor and buy one of these:
They make the light much better/brighter and it's cheap to boot.