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  1. #51
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    never got to shoot a nova but i havent herd anything negative about them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Dude View Post
    never got to shoot a nova but i havent herd anything negative about them.
    I have one bad thing to say about them...

    I got one when they 1st came out for MN goose season. It so derned light that shooting 3 1/2's will just about dislocate your shoulder!

    Otherwise it is a light sweet handling scatter gun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boomer View Post
    I have one bad thing to say about them...

    I got one when they 1st came out for MN goose season. It so derned light that shooting 3 1/2's will just about dislocate your shoulder!

    Otherwise it is a light sweet handling scatter gun.
    My Mossberg 500 loads eight in the tube. I installed a Knox Specops Stock and can now shoot magnums all day long. Sooo sweet, worth every dollar.
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  5. #54
    Mossberg 930 SPX for me.

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    Benelli Super Black Eagle

  7. #56
    The mossberg has an aluminum receiver which has a finite cycle life where as a rmington 870 has a steal receiver which has an infinite cycle life, thats why its the most popular LEO scattergun around damned near bulletproof my 870 express with extended tune and a 20 inch barrel holds 8 rounds in the tube and one in the pipe. accessories abound for both. As a side note if you look at wilson combat and a few other manufacturers that customize sotguns for home defense, they all use remington

  8. #57
    Can anyone confirm that modifying a stock shotgun to have any or all of the following requires an ATF form? Pistol grip, telescoping butt stock, extended shell tube, heat shield, 18.5" barrel.

    I bought a Mossberg 500 12ga. at an auction, and want to make it into a home defense weapon, but read that it might be illegal.
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  9. #58

    Remmington Shreader

    I've owned a mossburg for some 46 yrs. and still own it , it my swomp gun ! It's a 500 AB and it's been worked and I love it ! I came across a Browning BPS really tight but shoots good thats in storage . But I bought a Remmington 870 tactial put a supercell recoil on it day 2 of owning it . I've worked the pcs. really hard it shoots a slug unreal @ 100 yrds. and @ 150 yrds. I pok 6 in. all day long . Believe it or not , so I gotta say a little bit more money is worth it for the proformance I have exsperinced w/ this pcs.

  10. #59
    Quote Originally Posted by weekendskp View Post
    Can anyone confirm that modifying a stock shotgun to have any or all of the following requires an ATF form? Pistol grip, telescoping butt stock, extended shell tube, heat shield, 18.5" barrel.

    I bought a Mossberg 500 12ga. at an auction, and want to make it into a home defense weapon, but read that it might be illegal.
    Minimum barrel length = 18 inches,
    Minimum Overall length = 27 inches,
    You must comply with both specifications, otherwise you are creating an NFA weapon and need to go through the NFA process with the ATF and pay a $200 tax.

  11. #60
    The 870 is the clear winner between these two. It's tough, reliable, accurate and affordable. It's also fairly easy to find replacement parts or to mod the gun up.

    I've got an 870 synthetic that I attached a pistol grip stock to and added an extended tube. Eighteen inches O' fun!

    When I buy another SD shotgun, it's going to be an Ithaca M37 Defense Gun. It's action is super smooth and it ejects empties out the bottom, making it ideal for southpaws.
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