Coach Guns

This is a discussion on Coach Guns within the Defensive Rifles & Shotgun Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; Originally Posted by Rob72 Two thoughts: 1) You can miss with a shotty 2) You only get 2 tries with a Coach Mine is for ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob72 View Post
    Two thoughts:
    1) You can miss with a shotty
    2) You only get 2 tries with a Coach
    Mine is for furry four-legged vermin. I have problems with fox, coyote, skunk, racoon, possum...etc.....They rarely take more than one shot, but if more is required...I have a butt cuff full of extras......

    For two-legged vermin, I have heavier artillery to use for them.
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    I've got a Stoeger 12g and it's a good little shotgun. A might stout with high brass, but an easy carry. A butt sleeve with an assortment of shells completes the package. The 20g might be less of a bear, for the fairer sex.
    ...one jagged hole!

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    45acp...

    I have a Stoeger Coach gun in polished nickel. It was not an expensive little dbl bbl...but, I spent an extra couple of C-notes and had it re worked.

    See "Coyote Cap" on the I-net. When I got my coach gun back, I couldn't believe the difference. Smooth opening, larger bead, and shells won't stick. This also eliminates future problems that Stoegers can have.

    The site itself, and/or a call to Coyote Cap can fill you in on his work...it was worth it!
    If you have additional questions...pm me.

    I really like the little gun. Someone asked me if my new Stoeger had a 'breaking in period'...I said yes, "Between 11 p.m. and 6 a.m.

    The 00 buck gets the attention of those in front and the Kimber's continue the reception.

    Stay safe!

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    Unhappy Coach "Pistol"

    When I was knee-high to a grasshopper, my Great Uncle (I am named after him ) would let me "look" at his gun collection (the old, ancient and antique). It included a very old (C&R?) 12GA S X S pistol with about a 10-12" barrel and a pistol grip. He called it a "coach pistol". He has since died, and the guns went to his son and daughter, so I haven't seen it since. I'd give three yoo whoos and take an asswhuppin' to see it again. That was one really cool pistol............I couldn't even find a comparable picture of it anywhere..... Darn

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    a very old (C&R?) 12GA S X S pistol with about a 10-12" barrel and a pistol grip
    Wonder if that is legal now!

    Reminds me of Mel Gibson's piece in Mad Max
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    my wife and i have a pair of chinese coach guns. a 20 for her and a 12 for me.

    they may not be as practical as a pump gun for defense, but they will do the job if needed.

    we have other weapons for defense.

    the main reason we got these is the fun factor.

    when you pull the hammers back, it gets people's attention.

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