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View Poll Results: Your prefered shotgun setup?

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  • Pistol Grip only

    3 7.32%
  • Standard buttstock (no pistol grip)

    22 53.66%
  • Collapsible with pistol grip

    12 29.27%
  • Folder (top or side)

    4 9.76%
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Thread: Pistol grip vs. Buttstock

  1. #11
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    Thanks for the feed back guys. I'd been leaning toward the collapsible pisol grip combo from the beginning but want to see what people had to say about the other configurations.
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  3. #12
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    Apparently I'm the only one who prefers no stock at all. Am I some sort of oddball for preferring that configuration?

  4. #13
    Quote Originally Posted by tattedupboy View Post
    ... Am I some sort of oddball ...

    If you have to ask...









    ; )
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  5. #14
    Did not vote as the Knoxx SpecOps recoil reducing stock is what I have on my HD shotgun.
    Last edited by LongRider; 08-17-2008 at 04:51 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NDS View Post
    If you have to ask...









    ; )

    Hey, what did I do to you? ;)

  7. #16
    frank.macher Guest
    I really love this site. Humor, topics, tips... it really has it all. I have both collapsible and standard stock, depends as others have said where I am in the home. I also have a coach gun that is a mean little SOB for a quick one-two. I do like the collapsible for the options it gives in carry config.


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    Quote Originally Posted by frank.macher View Post
    I really love this site. Humor, topics, tips... it really has it all. I have both collapsible and standard stock, depends as others have said where I am in the home. I also have a coach gun that is a mean little SOB for a quick one-two. I do like the collapsible for the options it gives in carry config.

    What is a coach gun?

  9. #18
    frank.macher Guest

    Smile

    12 ga side by side 20" barrel

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    This is what sits next to my bed at all times.



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    Quote Originally Posted by lukem View Post
    This is what sits next to my bed at all times.

    Nice! Do you plan on dressing it up with any additional accessories, such as a heat shield or shell holder?

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