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Discussion in 'Tactical Shotguns' started by zukyota, Aug 1, 2010.

  1. zukyota

    zukyota

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    Can i get some pics of your Mossberg Maverick ? I wanna see what folks have done with theirs.
     
  2. Fwdftw

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    The same thing they've done to their 500s.. In all essence it's the same gun minus a couple things.. I.e can't change the forend with out the Mossy assembly
     

  3. mixflip

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    Simple yet effective $199 Maverick.
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  4. dc2integra

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    nice maverick how do u like the ATI heat shield with the sights on it?is it solid or does it move around cause it look like its no tied down from the back?
     
  5. gnasty1521

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    Here is mine:

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    The plastic piece had me thinking I had no option for any forend customization. Looking up the slide tube was no use ($71). So I whipped out the dremel and cut a hole on the closed part on top of the forend which you can't get to, and drilled two more and bolted a picatinney rail there. Bought a TAPCO handle, then this was the finished product.
     
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  6. mixflip

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    Its cheap and basically useless...but it looks cool I guess? The sights are plastic and non adjustable and can be easily broken off. You are correct the rear is just clamped on over the barrel. Would I recommend it? Not at all. Save your money for ammo.
     
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  7. dc2integra

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    thanks it does look cool though
     
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    I like the new style forend. Are the arms still cast into the plastic?
     
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    Yes..
     
  14. mdhandyman

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    This is my (GET THE F-OUT OF MY HOUSE) gun. :wavey:
     
  15. Scamp

    Scamp Geaux Tigers!

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    I just picked up one last night at Academy sports for $189, not a bad price for a good looking shotgun!

    Headed to the range here in a bit to try it out. I'll post some pics when I get back.
     
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  16. mixflip

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    I love that old school wood look! I have a set sitting in my parts drawer myself just waiting for a cheap Mav or 500 to come my way. Very classy

     
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