Let's see them Scatgats!
Also, help me out please.
Looking at buying a +3 extension for my 870 20GA...
The extension is blued, and my gun is matt black.
Could I spray paint it liberally for a good finish?
PISTOL GRIP PUMP ON MY LAP AT ALL TIMES
Not really, I put the wood stock on because I'm not stupid. Got this 500 for $190 a few months ago.
Why make a single shot in your garage when you can make a six shot revolver shotgun?
And this is my trunk gun now. My gf didn't like looking at it in the restroom, so I put the shotgun in my trunk and hid a Mak in there.
And hand it in from of a space heater, it works better.
Mossberg 185 bolt-action shotgun. 20ga, whopping 2-round box magazine. Literally no idea what the point of having a box mag is when the only ones that were ever produced are a measly 2 rounds.... One of these days i'll figure out some way to make a 10-round extended mag and it'll be awesome. Only issue is these haven't been produced since the 60's (?) so I'd need either some major metal-bending skills or like 5 spare mags (at about $80 apiece) to weld together to make a bigger one...
This thread needs more ninja. Ugly, horrid, autistic ninja. You are welcome.
Trying to find a picture of my older 870 magnum wingmasters, back when remington shotguns looked and felt like they had some effort and class put into them.
My stevens 350.i just discovered it has scratches and a few pits inside the barrel.oddly it was brand new in box,still covered in factory grease.I might have to send it in for warranty if it affects accuracy or my safety.
They are, but it's severely uncommon to find them--nowadays it's all about the black polymer furniture.
The only real way to purchase a wooden stock for a Mossberg after getting your Mossberg is to buy aftermarket through Gun Broker or eBay or another third party site.
Well that's dandy and all, but what option is there for us who already purchased our Mossbergs and wish to swap to a wood stock without getting shafted on price?
Scattergat master race reporting in
Old combat shotgun rig. Should get an updated pic, shouldn't I? Anyway H&R pardner pump, with cut barrel for maximum badassery. Sitting next to me about three feet away.
City-boy who married into a country family with land. Father-in-law has repeatedly asked me to go bird hunting, but I've never hunted fowl before.
1. If I started training on trap now, would that translate well into hunting dove next season?
2. I only have a 22" Mossberg 930. Would this be of suitable length for hunting with a tight choke?
3. I understand I'm supposed to have no more than 3 shells in the shotgun in Texas. Will a game warden accept using a wooden dowel to limit my tube magazine to 2 shells?
Trap will help, but try to find a sporting clays course. If you do shoot trap, try shooting from a low ready.
22" is fine, so long as you can comfortably shoot dove with the shorter sight plane.
The dowel is fine.
OR, just find a matte extension....
here's my competition gun for contribution.
Here's what I keep around the house. I have an 870 Wingmaster, Model 500 20ga, Model 500 12ga, and 105CTi II in storage.
How does /k/ feel about birdshead grips on shotguns? I was thinking about getting one for my full-length Mossberg 590.
It's pretty good.
I agree with the consensus that the build quality is exceptional. While most would imagine reliability issues with something as odd as the DP-12, the quality of it mitigates problems.
It is very fun to shoot and the trigger is excellent for a bullpup. In it's role as a home defense gun, it would be great. I have no issues cycling it with any shells or in any environment.
On the cons, it is heavy, especially when loaded, though I don't find it encumbering when using it for hunting and walking a couple miles with it. The odd design leads new users to short stroke it or weakly stroke it everytime, leaving them to run back to their 870 hugbox. Also, the price is higher than the KSG or UTS-15.
Other than that, it gets a lot of stares and a fair bit of Fudd hate.
That is a fine relic of Aimpoint history, you peasant enabling savage. Back when operators had mustaches and looked like GI Joes.
I have one and I love it. You can take the whole thing apart super easy, it's cheap, and can be customized with virtually everything a 500 can use.
Pic related to clear up differences
I'll be getting one soon to finish building one just like this
>Let's see them Scatgats!
Posting my violent weapon system.
My CPU is a neural-net processor; a learning computer.
Straight outta walmart, only modification is an extra 18" barrel I bought.
Debating sbsing it
Confirmed by three tests I found online!
My mossberg 930 seems to have trouble feeding the first round from a full mag. Do you guys think that's just the mag spring being too stiff and strong and will go away over time, or is it something else?
This is a new gun, and my first auto-anything.