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Old January 18th, 2016, 09:09 AM   #1
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What do you have? Old ? New or what ever you have the stranger the better Hope we have a good assortment of pic
My MIVAL-109 by Beretta ! I picked it up in Italy when I was in the NAVY ! The only gun I have that can give me 150 to 200% return on what I paid I also have my old Browning A-5 GREAT shotgun
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Old January 18th, 2016, 04:25 PM   #2
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Only have 1 shotgun....and their is no way to put a value on it, in fact, its priceless.

20 guage bolt action Revelation with variable choke, sold in Western Auto stores. It was my first shotgun, that my Dad gave to me 32 years ago.....yep, it's pricless.
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Old January 18th, 2016, 05:49 PM   #3
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Only have 1 shotgun....and their is no way to put a value on it, in fact, its priceless.

20 guage bolt action Revelation with variable choke, sold in Western Auto stores. It was my first shotgun, that my Dad gave to me 32 years ago.....yep, it's pricless.
I hear you ! I am trying to find my fathers old .36 Charter Arms Snubby I bought him when I worked for C.A. $$$$ wise not worth much but like your shotgun your da gave you it is priceless!
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My 3gun shotgun and my mossy.



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Old January 18th, 2016, 11:39 PM   #5
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Remington 870 Police with 14" barrel and Mesa Urbino stock. Short, accurate and fast.

My shooting mentor once told me, "Don't fear the man with ten guns and all the toys. Fear the man with one gun, and all the bluing worn off from constant practice."



I may be just an old man in a young man's game, but I get by when I need to. This shotgun has been with me everywhere.
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My 3gun shotgun and my mossy.



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Remington 870 Police with 14" barrel and Mesa Urbino stock. Short, accurate and fast.

My shooting mentor once told me, "Don't fear the man with ten guns and all the toys. Fear the man with one gun, and all the bluing worn off from constant practice."



I may be just an old man in a young man's game, but I get by when I need to. This shotgun has been with me everywhere.
Love it ! I just started looking for a HD Shottie and yours is one I was looking at! Had the 18" barrel! How do you like the pistol grip? Use full or more a pain ?
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Pain can't naturally point it with the pistol grip. I took it off after two range sessions. I'm faster with oem stock.

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Pain can't naturally point it with the pistol grip. I took it off after two range sessions. I'm faster with oem stock.

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Thanks for the reply,. I was thinking it would be a problem with the grip!
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Here's my Stoeger Condor O/U in 20ga.

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Pistol grip stocks will never be as fast as OEM full stocks.

But I got this one for a variety of reasons. I needed a compact package for bear country; I wanted to test a police shotgun that will fit in the same vertical rack as an AR carbine; and I needed a grip and cheek weld that duplicated my Benelli M4 shotgun. I tested it out extensively for an article on stock upgrades for the modern Police 870, and in back-to-back speed tests, it surprised me by being only fractions of a second off the pace.

The reasons why I left it on is that it is only slightly less compact than the identical shotgun with an AR stock adapter fully collapsed, and simpler to manipulate in an emergency. Plus, it didn't knock me in the nose with every shot like I was expecting.

I can actually use the pistol grip to help absorb some of the recoil when I am firing a tube full of slugs in a hurry. (I tend to shoot pretty fast when I need to. However, I don't recommend this technique for anyone but the fastest shooters. It is always better to use a proper grip and stance on a full stock to absorb recoil. I don't use the trendy squared-off stance to shoot a shotgun because: a) i am not Chris Costa, and b) one can't turn a shotgun into a patrol carbine just by changing their stance.)

Mind you, I have also been at this game for a long time. My mentor also once told me, "Beware the old man in a young person's game."

I guess I am now that old man.
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Pistol grip stocks will never be as fast as OEM full stocks.

But I got this one for a variety of reasons. I needed a compact package for bear country; I wanted to test a police shotgun that will fit in the same vertical rack as an AR carbine; and I needed a grip and cheek weld that duplicated my Benelli M4 shotgun. I tested it out extensively for an article on stock upgrades for the modern Police 870, and in back-to-back speed tests, it surprised me by being only fractions of a second off the pace.

The reasons why I left it on is that it is only slightly less compact than the identical shotgun with an AR stock adapter fully collapsed, and simpler to manipulate in an emergency. Plus, it didn't knock me in the nose with every shot like I was expecting.

I can actually use the pistol grip to help absorb some of the recoil when I am firing a tube full of slugs in a hurry. (I tend to shoot pretty fast when I need to. However, I don't recommend this technique for anyone but the fastest shooters. It is always better to use a proper grip and stance on a full stock to absorb recoil. I don't use the trendy squared-off stance to shoot a shotgun because: a) i am not Chris Costa, and b) one can't turn a shotgun into a patrol carbine just by changing their stance.)

Mind you, I have also been at this game for a long time. My mentor also once told me, "Beware the old man in a young person's game."

I guess I am now that old man.
Thanks for your reply! Very interesting and some good info.
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My latest shotgun project was to create the most maneuverable shotgun that could be shot from just about any position. Since the absolute longest straight line distance within the house is right at 25 yards, that is where I zeroed the laser. I my SD ammo will be 00-Buck, but as the picture shows below, this baby can be quite accurate if rifled slugs are needed.



3 slugs at 25-Yards from the hip...
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Here's my Stoeger Condor O/U in 20ga.

Very nice Love the wood for the stock!
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My latest shotgun project was to create the most maneuverable shotgun that could be shot from just about any position. Since the absolute longest straight line distance within the house is right at 25 yards, that is where I zeroed the laser. I my SD ammo will be 00-Buck, but as the picture shows below, this baby can be quite accurate if rifled slugs are needed.



3 slugs at 25-Yards from the hip...
That is pretty cool but I bet it kicks like a mule
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