This is a discussion on Looking for a SD/HD shotgun within the Defensive Rifles & Shotgun Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; yea thats what i read and heard that pumps are more reliable and will feed more ammo and less problems. plus with one round of ...
yea thats what i read and heard that pumps are more reliable and will feed more ammo and less problems. plus with one round of 12 gauge 00 buck or 000 buck to one person in the chest or throat area no need for a second shot.
ohh yea i wouldnt just shoot one time and not have my guard up never know criminals these days.
also would it be cheaper to buy a 870 tactical or mossberg 500 18" barrel shotgun all setup with pistol grip and with or without the folding and sliding stock or just buy a plain gun and outfit it the way I want it. For just the pistol grip its 25 bucks for the pistol grip with teh AR stock its around 65 so 100 bucks for the two different setups. Also how hard are they to install.
A converted Saiga 12 is considerably more expensive than that, but I've seen a stock Saiga 12 for as little as $529 recently.
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Not with the Spec Ops setup I got
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+1 on the Remington 870 Tactical. Have one and love it. Carried a Mossberg 590 in Iraq..great gun too. Check the numbers and go with the best deal you can get. Good Luck!
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