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    Remington 870


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    My Favorite

    Mossberg 590 with Aimpoint and 6 position M-4 buttstock

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick Fury 2002
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    Mossberg 590 with Aimpoint and 6 position M-4 buttstock
    That is a shweet set up

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    Geeez Geezah - you must have ninja rabbits over there.....

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    A mate of mine has a Remington 870, sweet gun.

    I prefer 2 barreled side-by-side shotguns (my grand dad has one)
    But my dad prefers the over-under setup, he's said if he's going to by a shotgun that's the one he wants

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    not that i'mshooter or hunter but i would choosesomething like this for hunting or sport

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    I also own a NOVA. I love it. Its a solid pump gun. It feeds and ejects all three main shell sizes JUST fine. It bucks like a mule on the 3.5" rounds though. Then again, almost ANY pump gun will...nothing new there.

    My Nova also has a tube extension, ghost ring sights, and tactical sling. The gun is accurate out to 100 yards with the sights, using slugs and sabot.

    My other shotgun that I shoot is a stock Remington 870. My bird gun.


    And then, these three are in my collection.


    A Winchester Repeating Arms 12 ga. Model 1887, number 4740 out the roughly 16 000 manufactured.

    Below that is a damascus double barrel pre-1880 12 ga. with etching and woodwork...slightly used, slight patina. Custom work...

    Last is a reproduction late 1800s Remignton pump 12 ga, produced in 1908 possibly earlier. Worth little but in great condition.

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    Nice collection Durandal.

    I shot one of these this weekend. First time I had ever seen a bolt action shotgun.







    It's a Mossberg & Sons 183T .410.

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    Does anyone know what shotgun Angelina Jolie is using in Mr and Mrs Smith. I don't recognize it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by supercontra
    Does anyone know what shotgun Angelina Jolie is using in Mr and Mrs Smith. I don't recognize it.
    A Fabarm...SDASS Tactical


    Been thinking about getting one, but I do not need a pump right now. Benelli M1 is the next shotty.

    H&K was the sole importer/manufacturer of Fabarm shotguns in the U.S. but seems to have dropped them in favor of a more profitable civilian oriented Merkel.

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    I got a Benelli M1 Entry


    but I like the M4 a lot

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    Quote Originally Posted by Durandal
    H&K was the sole importer/manufacturer of Fabarm shotguns in the U.S. but seems to have dropped them in favor of a more profitable civilian oriented Merkel.
    I didn't think H&K were civilian friendly prefering to focus the majority of their time on military sales?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geezah
    Me and my 12
    What brand of stock/grip is that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by One_A
    What brand of stock/grip is that?
    It's a Speed Feed III stock, purchased from Arizona Gun Runners

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    Well, the still aren't technically I suppose.

    Merkel is the the low end of the rifles and shotguns they now distribute. Including if I am reading everything correctly, Grulla, and Johannsen. The last two companies are big time custom gun makers. Merkel does too, they just run about 12K a gun rather than 16K. Merkel's sales were about 150 million USD, mainly to Europe, just to give you an idea.

    Their largest sales are in double barrel (usually over/under guns) shotguns.

    This kind of stuff:



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