Let's see your scatterguns.
Nice, what are they, always did favor an O/U
Silver Reserve O/U
Nice set there,
mossberg 500 youth 20 ga ,steven16 ga pump, steven 12ga pump, steven 12ga auto, mossberg 500 12ga
how do you post pics on the forum
mid thread you have to upload them to an image hosting site like photobucket or image shack, once you upload your pic you copy the HTML code and paste it in your post and wahla there is your pic.
top of the screen a drop menu will be there click on create.
advanced technologies tactical pistol grip stalk, 8 shot magazine extension with five on the stalk, low light front sight and currently loaded with Hexolit 32 expanding slugs, those sumbitches will take down a Grizzly bear!
How do you like this stock? Pros & Cons
I love the pistol grip and the six position adjustability but the recoil pad is practically non existent so you get used to being beat black and blue after 50 rounds or so....LOL.....This is the first gun I ever bought, I picked it up at a pawn shop for $100 back in '90, It has one gouge near the S/N but other than that it is cherry. I still have all of the original furniture and pieces including the magazine limiter plug in case I ever decide to put it back to stock.
20 gauge single shot
have i ever mentioned to you about Silver Reserve's breaking firing pins?if i aint then here goes:when it does,and it will!you can get the pins direct from Mossberg for free.free?yep,because they have had a ton of problems with them.your welcome.
Are you sayin I ought to go ahead and get 'em now and have 'em on hand? Or wait till I need 'em and get 'em? Aw hell, I'm gonna go ahead an get 'em!
Harrington & Richardson, Looks like the Topper Model.
Years back I bought a 20ga. 3" mag. cause I hunted Grouse in the Hi-Country Colorado/NewMexico.
It was lighter than my 16 pump. I loved that shotgun. Any one have one for sale??
Stevens Model 67 E Series 12 Gauge 2-3/4 and 3" Chamber (Camo)
J.C. Higgins 101.1 chamberd in .410 3" (From Greasypaws)
here is all the info you need.I email them which works everytime.the pins have been free.
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and 870 Remmy
Mdl 11 was my fater-in-laws he used it for 70 years and never cleaned it.
My beloved 16 ga Browning that I bought as a teenager. It was built in the 1930's I have had it over 50 years.
1330 Winnie 12 ga Defender.
samD, Is it me or are the Remmie and Browning the same?
zx12, don't quote me on this, but I believe Remington did liscense the browning model and made them for a while. Or something like that.
Basically the same, during WWI & WWII Browning couldn't get them made in Belgium so they tooled up Remington to make a very good copy.
Slight differences, like the magazine lock was eliminated and the safety moved behind the trigger and this one that I have doesn't even have a safety on it.
email me when you have a chance.
That A5 16 ga is one of the few pieces i've seen that im envious of.. honestly beautiful..
Nice one Sam! I've always loved the Belgium made Brownings!
It has killed duck, pheasant, dove, chukkars and one hell of a lot of clay pigeons. It is just a very natural thing in my hand. If you notice the safety sits in front of the trigger. You nudge it forward as you bring it up. I hate the winnies safety, because I don't shoot it that much. The safety is that push through button with a red tip on it. Always have to think about it.
safety sucks ass, therefore I am always locked and loaded!!
Sorry, I am not at home to take a pic of my lil' Remmie 1100 so I have to rob my own pic and repost.
Great deal on a saiga
nice Noob, love the look of wood furniture on a shotgun