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    Looking for a new shotgun

    I haven't seen much of this one but have some interest in it. it's made by Canada arms

    Dominion Arms Grizzly-MAG Shotgun 12 gauge


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    Is that in YOUR front yard or a friends?

    Oh, I haven't heard a thing about the shotgun.

    Psalm 82:3-5

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    Remington 870. A guy (or gal) should have a basic, solid and proven workhorse IMHO. After that, IMHO, one can start the exotic shotgun search. You may well have one, who knows, I'm just say'n...
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    Quote Originally Posted by tuts40 View Post
    Remington 870. A guy (or gal) should have a basic, solid and proven workhorse IMHO. After that, IMHO, one can start the exotic shotgun search. You may well have one, who knows, I'm just say'n...
    I have a shotgun but everybody should have more than one or two

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    I would agree about the sign, As for the shotgun. Start off with a good proven legacy design. Remington, Mossberg, etc. I am more a Mossberg fan, so i chose to go with a M500 as my first shotgun, Then it went from there to others. After that go with what sparks your fancy.

  7. I would have to go with an AA-12. Google it you will love it too.

  8. But in all seriousness!! Mossburg 500 is the best choice for home defense. I will take mossburg any day over remington or benelli

  9. We've got a Mossberg 500 here, too. Solid shotgun, more than decent price.

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    love my mossberg 500, very trusty and well built. pretty solid shotgun, its been through some hell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by M1911a1lvr View Post
    I would agree about the sign, As for the shotgun. Start off with a good proven legacy design. Remington, Mossberg, etc. I am more a Mossberg fan, so i chose to go with a M500 as my first shotgun, Then it went from there to others. After that go with what sparks your fancy.
    I already have a good shotgun New England Firearms Pardner protector modeled after the Remington 870. I'm looking for another one Sagia 12 was what I had in mind but they are hard to find and cost over 600.00 I'm looking for something that is a quick reload

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