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Lets see those shotguns!

Discussion in 'Rifle Discussion' started by mobil1, Dec 20, 2008.

  1. mobil1

    mobil1 Northwest Active Member

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    Just snapped a few pics of my shotgun. Its a Winchester 1300 Defender with a 7+1 shell capacity. Stock is aftermarket, the rest is all original. Next will be a rail with some flip up sights, and a surefire light. Heck, it might even be my official home defense weapon when its all said and done :thumbup:

    You've seen mine, lets see yours!
     
  2. Unka-Boo

    Unka-Boo Milwaukie Active Member

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    I win,

    Action pic,8+1, and a bayo lug!!!!


    :redspot:
     
  3. mobil1

    mobil1 Northwest Active Member

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    :thumbup:


    I was thinking about getting an extension to 10 shells, but honestly, who needs that much?
     
  4. dan147

    dan147 Helvetia, OR Member

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    serious operators. get one.
     
  5. fingolfen

    fingolfen Oregon Member

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    I'm almost embarassed to say I don't own a shotgun at this point, but my wife is thinking about one for Christmas... :D
     
  6. aflineman

    aflineman Both South of Eugene and East of Portland. Active Member

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    My Grouse Getter.
     
  7. ORBrit

    ORBrit Eugene Member

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    My downstairs 590 and my bedside 590A1
     
  8. A2theK

    A2theK Olympia Member

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    all this gun is getting to me
     
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  9. madcratebuilder

    madcratebuilder Ardenwald, OR Well-Known Member

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    870p with stuff
    remmy.jpg
     
  10. mobil1

    mobil1 Northwest Active Member

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    Loving the setups! Seems like everyone does it a little different.
     
  11. wakejoe

    wakejoe Beaverton, OR Well-Known Member

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    Love the 870's. But am I the only one's who notice the Knoxx collapsible stocks don't actually fit? ..Is there a reason or is it just that way?
     
  12. Joe Link

    Joe Link Portland, OR Well-Known Member Staff Member Lifetime Supporter 2015 Volunteer 2016 Volunteer

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    Lots of beautiful shotguns!

    I like to keep it simple, Remington 870P :thumbup:
     
  13. CharlesAFerg

    CharlesAFerg Beaverton Active Member

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    I hear the American-made receivers have an issue with cracking after only a few rounds unless you purchase a rubber/plastic reinforcement piece. Just a heads up, here's the link.

    http://spas12.com/spas12repairs.htm
     
  14. finch6013

    finch6013 Oregon City Active Member

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    Wish I had my Shotguns at home. They are at someone elses house. I have an 870 express, and ithica 20 ga single break, and a rem 20 ga pump. all of them have taken down many ducks and gease. mostly the 870
     
  15. mobil1

    mobil1 Northwest Active Member

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    Yea, my shotgun has cut down a few trees. Thats about it :laugh:
     
  16. sweetbeard

    sweetbeard Beavertown OreGUN! New Member

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    Joey lock your doors, I am coming over to get your shotgun!
     
  17. Sun195

    Sun195 Pugetropolis, WA Well-Known Member

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    My shotguns...

    Browning Citori 12ga, Remington 11-87 12ga, Springfield M6 .22lr/.410, Remington 870 12ga

    I don't shoot the Citori very well - doesn't fit me quite right. I really wanted a Beretta O/U and should have held-out for that.

    The 11-87 has been a great gun & I do very well with it. Sometimes I wish I didn't get the high-gloss stock, but it is a beautiful gun with it.

    The M6 counts as a shotgun... kinda.

    The 870 is a good beater gun. It replaced a Mossberg 500 that I just didn't like the feel of. I like the safety/slide-release on the Mossbergs, but I like the way the Remingtons handle better. I'm not overly fond of the plastic stock, but I don't have to worry about it and I can always replace with wood later.

    Not sure why, but I have a hankering to get at 20ga H&R/NEF next. Seems like it would be a handy little gun to take into the woods & for upland bird hunting. Plus, I learned to shoot shotgun on a 12ga H&R, so there's a little nostalgia there.
     
  18. coctailer

    coctailer Portland, OR/Hastings, MI/Vancouver,WA I run with scissors.

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    I have always wanted an M6.
     
  19. Sun195

    Sun195 Pugetropolis, WA Well-Known Member

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    It's a lot of fun to shoot. Build quality (metal casting) on mine isn't great, but it hasn't been an issue so far. Accuracy w/ .22lr is good; .410 slugs are only so-so. It would make a good rodent/varmint gun. Not sure it'd be the gun I'd grab for a survival situation, but it would work in a pinch.
     
  20. gunluvver

    gunluvver Hillsboro, OR Member

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    I love my M-11's!

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