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  1. #21
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    1980's tactical is an always will be tacticool.

  2. #22
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    Got the Magpul furniture installed. That went well.

    As a bonus, my roommate has her dad's old 870. She's already put an 18" tube on the thing and set the 28" barrel aside, and so I gave her the OEM plywood from my gun so she can put her dad's old bird-hunting furniture safely away with the barrel.

    Hopefully I can get her to come to a shotgun class and scuff that plywood up now.

  3. #23
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    Nebraska
    Quote Originally Posted by Tamara View Post
    Got the Magpul furniture installed. That went well.

    As a bonus, my roommate has her dad's old 870. She's already put an 18" tube on the thing and set the 28" barrel aside, and so I gave her the OEM plywood from my gun so she can put her dad's old bird-hunting furniture safely away with the barrel.

    Hopefully I can get her to come to a shotgun class and scuff that plywood up now.
    Obviously you're not planning on attending a class at Biden Tactical.

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  4. #24
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    Feb 2011
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    Broad Ripple, downwind from the patchouli refinery.
    Magpul furniture on the slug gun, with an old Remington 10-A for scale:

    Remington Model 10 and 870small.jpg

    Debating on whether I want to add a one-shot mag extension or not. Already have a four-shot Mesa side-saddle on order.

  5. #25
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamara View Post
    Magpul furniture on the slug gun, with an old Remington 10-A for scale:

    Remington Model 10 and 870small.jpg

    Debating on whether I want to add a one-shot mag extension or not. Already have a four-shot Mesa side-saddle on order.
    I like the 1-rd extension just so you have room for a select slug drill.

  6. #26
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    Quote Originally Posted by LHS View Post
    I like the 1-rd extension just so you have room for a select slug drill.
    Good point.

    Next time I'm down at CCA, I'll probably have the guys un-dimple the magazine tube just in case I want to slap a Vang or ST extension on there...

  7. #27
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    Sioux Falls
    That Model 10-A is boss.
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  8. #28
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    Quote Originally Posted by caleb View Post
    That Model 10-A is boss.
    I lust for the unobtainium Model 10 trench gun.

  9. #29
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    Quote Originally Posted by LHS View Post
    I lust for the unobtainium Model 10 trench gun.
    Me, too! That's part of why I jumped on this one, even though it's not a factory riot. Be aware that the stocks on 10s are almost always cracked to hell and gone. If you plan to shoot one, be prepared to Acraglass or plunk down ~$90 for a new repro stock.

  10. #30
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamara View Post
    Me, too! That's part of why I jumped on this one, even though it's not a factory riot. Be aware that the stocks on 10s are almost always cracked to hell and gone. If you plan to shoot one, be prepared to Acraglass or plunk down ~$90 for a new repro stock.
    If I had stupid money, I'd have most of the early trench guns: Model 10, Model 12, Model 1897 (WWI and WWII variants), and I'd even through in a few of the Stevens guns just for completionism's sake. I've actually been tempted by the Chinese '97 trench gun repros, but it's never been a high enough priority for me to pull the trigger on one.

 

 

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