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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. #21
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    It does have a heat shield and a shell holder would be nice. Any real toys are going on my AR! But I don't see anything like that soon.


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  3. #22
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    Quote Originally Posted by lukem View Post
    It does have a heat shield and a shell holder would be nice. Any real toys are going on my AR! But I don't see anything like that soon.
    I can't see it in that picture.

  4. #23
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    Yea, that's not a good pic to see it on but its on there. I bought it with it.


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  5. #24
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    Thanks for the replies guys.

    Luke, nice shotgun. That's the setup that I've been looking at. I've tried some of the top folders, pistol grips, and collapsible, and I think I'm going to go with the collapsible. Unfortunately my washer finely gave it up so I'll have to buy a new one first.
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  6. #25
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    Here is mine. Its a 20 gauge and I have fired it from the shoulder with no ill effects. The recoil is stout though and I don't think I would try it with a 12.

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  8. #27
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    Quote Originally Posted by daddyo View Post
    Here is mine. Its a 20 gauge and I have fired it from the shoulder with no ill effects. The recoil is stout though and I don't think I would try it with a 12.
    Is this a home defense weapon? How does the 20 gauge cartridge work for home defense?

  9. #28
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    Yes, its my wife's weapon of choice. 20 gauge with 3" shells shouldn't be underestimated. Its currently loaded with buckshot, but I've fired #6 birdshot at an old license plate. It pretty much ceased to exist and the tree it was nailed to was in sorry shape. I know box-o-truth and other places have shown how ineffective its supposed to be, but I sure wouldn't want to be that tree.

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