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Tactical Shotgun Pics Thread

Discussion in 'Tactical Shotguns' started by blaster_54738, Sep 19, 2008.

  1. whitebread

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    Thanks for the info. I didn't realize there was an 'older version' of the 618. As far as lights on go, I think the 318/618 is the only answer...regardless of its vintage.
     
  2. Aiden

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    Does this count? It's black and scary looking...

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  3. whitebread

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    OMG, OMG, OMG!!! I have been searching for the 3 gun model and nobody has them. Very nice!!!
     
  4. Aiden

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    It's actually a factory Benelli M2 that was worked over by Rose Action Sports.

    Essentially all the things that are in the 3gun edition, except the little 3gun on the side.
     
  5. whitebread

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    Look who has egg on their face. Beautiful gun with or without that 3 gun logo.
     
  6. Aiden

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    Thank you, I quite like it myself!
     
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    This is what I use at work. It is a fun gun to shoot.
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  8. Veedubklown

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    This thread needs more hump-back!

    I finally chopped my remington model 11

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    Still a work in progress.
     
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    Ding ding! That's exactly the look I was goin for. I'm interested in their loop sling they had over the back of the butt, I've only ever seen 1 pic of it. It was just a strip of leather, screwed to the top and bottom of the buttstock, and looped over the shoulder. Simple enough to recreate, but I may just go with a traditional sling.

    Although, mine's of legal length. 18" barrel and 35" OAL, without a recoil pad installed.

    Hers was also a 20ga, but, Barrow used a 12ga

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    gotta love 1930's tactical.
     
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    It doesn't look like he's using one. ?
     
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    Perhaps he's not, hard to tell but I recall those fellas having numerous shotguns of various types. Some had the triangle fore grip thing, some didn't.

    Either way, I assume it's to assist in the type of "thumb forward" hand grip he has in the picture I posted and that they apparently use/advocate. I can see that with that type of hand grip on a standard, parallel to the bore, type of fore grip could cause issues in that it seems to "break" or bend the wrist forward and down a bit. The triangle thing it seems could help to reduce or prevent the wrist "break" or bend.

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    I kept all the original parts (wood stock and forend, 28" vent rib remchoke barrel), but here's how the 870 looks now...
     

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    I dig it for a rifle with a handguard, no way I'd be putting my entire thumb on a bare barrel though.
     
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    Just picked this up.... Benelli 121 M1
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    If I were to ever own another Benelli, that'd be it!
     
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    I figure that it would pair up nicely with my M3...
     
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    Just bought this ugly turd for the low price of $165. Now to find a normal stock and have some fun :)
     
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    Home Defense...

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    Combat/Slug Shooter...

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    Gonna move the Eotech up when I find a good ghost ring sight for the picatinny rail. Had the Burris Fastfire 3 on it but felt better with Eotech on the shotgun and FF3 on the AK.
     
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    lol. I would not pull the trigger on that one :rofl: