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    Ordered yesterday.......now the wait....

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonconsiglio View Post

    This looks like a practical modern example of a shotgun geared especially for self-defense.
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    I'm basic with my shotgun, I tried a Mossberg 590 and found it too large, I figured if I need more than two rounds of 00 Buck in the hall I should retreat to the gunsafe anyway.
    I do plan on picking up an 870 someday but it probably won't be tacticool.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bmcgilvray View Post
    This looks like a practical modern example of a shotgun geared especially for self-defense.
    It needs a red dot, a mag extension, collapsible stock, sling and a light. Not sure if I'll kep it or not. It's a buddy's that I'm going to paint for him and he offered it to me for almost nothing, literally.
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    What about that mag extension? Does it extend past the muzzle?

    I'd be most interested in adding a sling to it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bmcgilvray View Post
    What about that mag extension? Does it extend past the muzzle?

    I'd be most interested in adding a sling to it.
    The mag extension replaces that finned section, so it's the same length, just allows more rounds.
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    Thanks, I wondered about that finned or crimped section.

    I'm not the most dedicated "shotguns for home defense" person there is but prefer the semi-automatic to the pump for the purpose.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bmcgilvray View Post
    Thanks, I wondered about that finned or crimped section.

    I'm not the most dedicated "shotguns for home defense" person there is but prefer the semi-automatic to the pump for the purpose.
    Same here, I spend very little time with shotguns.
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    Just painted these today.

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    My Benelli Super Nova Tactical
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    Just got my first shotgun almost a week ago. Mossberg 500 spx and I plan on just putting a light and an inexpensive reflex sight on it and that's all. I really like it and it rounds out my home defences. I can't post a pic though cause I can't figure out how from my Android. (I have no home internet)

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    My HD shotgun, Rem 1100. Would like to add a 2 round extension tube and a 6 round side saddle. But for now she is pretty good just like she is.



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