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Author:  Southerncomfort [ Sun Jan 14, 2018 10:14 pm ]
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Beretta 1201 FP with Benelli M4 stock, LPA rear sight and soon front sight. O.D. Green Cerakote.
Brown Coat Tactical shot card.

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Modded a LPA SG3 front sight to fit it.

Author:  Donerix [ Mon Jan 29, 2018 1:15 am ]
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My first shotgun: Remington 11-48 from 1962.
The vintage-tactical project is starting, first step I cut the barrel off:

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Author:  Donerix [ Sun Feb 11, 2018 7:49 pm ]
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While waiting for the parts to come in I made a rear cover for the stock and a sling from some vintage canvas I had laying around to hide the temporary cheap slip-on rubber recoil pad. Added 2 shot shell holders too:

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And tried out a velcro side saddle (for now just mounted with double sided tape).
Not sure yet how I feel about it:

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Author:  oldshotty [ Fri Feb 16, 2018 6:15 pm ]
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kind of a military surplus look
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Author:  Chief Brody [ Mon Feb 19, 2018 8:26 am ]
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Beautiful. The camera angle and barrel length almost give a BAR sort of look.

Author:  Donerix [ Tue Mar 13, 2018 7:57 am ]
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Old-school tactical:

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Author:  mewall [ Sat Mar 17, 2018 11:02 am ]
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Enjoying some utterly gorgeous scattergun pics!

Author:  Donerix [ Thu Apr 05, 2018 5:21 pm ]
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Remys at sunset:

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Author:  mewall [ Thu Apr 05, 2018 9:01 pm ]
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Donerix wrote:
Remys at sunset:

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Gorgeous!

Author:  mewall [ Thu Apr 05, 2018 9:01 pm ]
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Donerix wrote:
Remys at sunset:

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Gorgeous!

Author:  Theblakester [ Sun May 06, 2018 10:29 pm ]
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How do I upload a pic from my IPhone 7

Author:  Theblakester [ Mon May 07, 2018 5:08 am ]
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Author:  Misery556 [ Sat May 26, 2018 9:05 pm ]
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Mossberg 500 20" 7+1. Cherry stained wood stock cut to 13" LOP with limbsaver recoil pad. Gear sector sling. Hogue forend.
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Author:  Y-man [ Mon Jun 04, 2018 3:17 am ]
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What my Shotgun came as... [A Cheap, 3rd rate Turkish Shotgun - so bad that the manufacturers might not be known. - Huglu Turkey]

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After some improvised modifications!

Added some new sights to replace the bead, added some old ghost-ring sights I had lying in the house in my plastic containers as the rear sights. I have also been able to replace the Pistol grip with an old Mako stock that I have. It is a solid folding stock which gives a lot more portability and manoeuvrability. These are items I had decided to hoard over the years.

I ended up drilling into the top of the rib to fit the sights.

Front sights: improvised…Many different bits and pieces put together… Windage adjustable.

Mako Folding Stock: originally for a Mossberg 500. [I did quite a lot of Dremel work, and used adaptors to get it to fit as it did.]

Six-Shell Side Shell Holder: basically ‘Sugru-ed’ to the flat side of the receiver. Sugru works!

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Author:  JHorne [ Thu Sep 27, 2018 1:46 pm ]
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Man, shortage of posts here! Just got a new one last night. 870 police Magnum in EXCELLENT condition. Trying to find another one to chop to maybe 12.5" as an SBS. Forgive the poor lighting.
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Author:  M4FAN [ Sun Oct 07, 2018 5:31 am ]
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Author:  Stretchman [ Tue Oct 09, 2018 2:36 am ]
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Mesa Tac Enedine, hogue furniture, CDM light mount with surefire, Vortex Strikefire II Bright Red Dot on a Mesa side saddle. 12700 00 buck.

Nissing from the Photo is the Magpul MS4

Author:  NWFRS [ Thu Nov 01, 2018 3:05 pm ]
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Early Vepr-12 with conventional stock tang. Full Cerakote in Graphite Black with bolt carrier in Savage Stainless. Forward sling attachment points were removed. Tapco G2 trigger installed. Full walnut stockset by Matt at Ironwood Designs. Been working on it off and on for a few years. Not really super useful for much but sure does look/feel/smell good. :D

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Author:  Misery556 [ Sat Feb 16, 2019 11:53 am ]
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Mossberg 590. I just added the Magpul SGA stock and I dig it so far.
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It can be done! The SGA is completely flat so the NcStar shell carrier I had in a spare parts bin works perfectly. It attaches with velcro. I only room to comfortably fit 4 shells and as luck would have it, this comes in 2 pieces; a 4 round and a 2 round section.
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Author:  Nickel Plated [ Sat Feb 16, 2019 3:56 pm ]
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My new home defense/do-whatever shotgun. I plan for this to be my one and only shotgun for the most part. I'll get some range toys in the future, but this is going to be the go-to for when things seriously need to get shot.

I tried various guns, Mossbergs, Winchesters, The Rock Island M5 (really wanted to like that one but it just wouldn't cycle) in the end I liked the solid old school quality feel of the 870, and figured if it's going to be my "only-ish" shotgun, might as well make it a nice one.

So I went with a new Wingmaster Claro. Same basic Wingmaster just fancier Claro Walnut. The camera REALLY doesn't do it justice. Stashed the original 28" light profile barrel in the closet and bought a replacement standard profile 28". Cut it down to 18.something" and had it threaded for chokes. Top it off with a XS Big Dot tritium sight and she's ready to rock.

The short barrels makes it nice and handy around the house while replaceable chokes still allow you to bust some informal clays and fetch some dinner in a pinch. The vent rib, I just like the way it looks and helps me to point the gun. I consider this barrel to be the best general purpose, do-everything-acceptably-well setup. And ofcourse noone offered one off the shelf so some cutting had to be done. :lol:

This is as tactical as my shotgun needs to be.

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Along with it's trusty back-up. A new S&W Mod. 19-9. Also set up with Meprolight tritiums. Pretty much any gun that I think I might possibly use for real social work gets tritiums.

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Let the Hillary Hole flaming begin :twisted: It really doesn't bother me as much as I though it would. I guess on a blued gun it kinda blends in with the finish. On a white stainless gun it's just so obvious.

I don't care what they say, I think the new stuff is built just as well if not better than ever.

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