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  1. #11
    Marksman crewchief888's Avatar

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    winchester 1300 defender

    sidesaddle, and hi-viz front sight

    with the dot and compensator, it's also my competition shotgun.



    Last edited by crewchief888; 11-03-2018 at 08:51.

  2. #12
    Sharpshooter

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    I notice that all but the OP have a butt stock on their HD shotguns. Is that for control. or just the way that particular stock was configured?

    Also curious about what loads are in the chamber and magazines. All the same, or has some sort of firing sequence been established?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TJ Kackowski View Post
    I notice that all but the OP have a butt stock on their HD shotguns. Is that for control. or just the way that particular stock was configured?

    Also curious about what loads are in the chamber and magazines. All the same, or has some sort of firing sequence been established?
    In my experience, a pistol grip only 12 gauge can be very brutal, and most pistol grip stocks are as well, depending on the load used of course. I have the Mesa Tactical Urbino on my 930 SPX and it is the first pistol grip stock I have used that does not feel like getting punched in the face under recoil.
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  4. #14
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    im not a fan of pistol grips. i'm more comfortable with a std stock.

    i have a "pheasant" load of #4's in the chamber, followed by 5 rds of 2 3/4" 00 buck, rest of the rounds are slugs.
    3 more slugs in the sidesaddle, 3 more rds of #7's


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    Quote Originally Posted by TJ Kackowski View Post
    I notice that all but the OP have a butt stock on their HD shotguns. Is that for control. or just the way that particular stock was configured?

    Also curious about what loads are in the chamber and magazines. All the same, or has some sort of firing sequence been established?
    The Spas is elective. The stock will fold over leaving it pistol configured.
    We run 3" Nitro steel magnums in the magazine. 1750 FPS steel shot. They are limb removers.
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  6. #16
    Shooter

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    I asked my LGS when I purchased my "pistol grip" his suggestion for ammo. He said Winchester 3 gun low recoil 7 1/2 shot. I tried it out and it is very easy on the hand and wrist.

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    This space reserved for when I leave this ****hole (South Bend)town, and can actually post a pic of my HD shotty.

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    Speak softly and carry a big stick; you will go far.

    Quote Originally Posted by GPIA7R View Post
    And if it could explode in the general direction of my mouth, that'd be even better.
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    But to be fair to me the cock was in the down position....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vigilant View Post
    This space reserved for when I leave this ****hole (South Bend)town, and can actually post a pic of my HD shotty.
    I guess I don't understand why posting a pic would be a problem if living there. Obviously I'm missing something other than it is quite a liberal city. I haven't lived there in about in about twenty years.
    Medium speed. Moderate drag.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JollyMon View Post
    This is old-school cool, and the wear shows this is a weapon that is truly loved.

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