Mossberg 500T here.
H & R
High end competion guns (Krieghoff, Perazzi, Etc)
Don't have one
I have a Sears 16ga that if I had to guess is right around 60 years old, I still take it turkey hunting....also have a Remington 1100 (I think thats what it is....haven't looked at it in a while lol) with a poly choke, pretty decent, but no match for turkey like the Sears....have used mossbergs and benellis and am somewhat a fan of those.
Mossberg 500T here.
Remington 870's (3)
SKB 600 (Ithaca 600 O/U)
Marlin Goose Gun
Stoeger 2000's (2)
Mine are used for clays and birds. Beretta SPIII, and Technys 391. I'm surprised at the lack of Beretta owners!
I recently picked up a new, state of the art shotgun:
Well actually, its a Norinco clone of a Winchester model 1897.
But its a lot of fun to shoot.
Last edited by Wandering Man; 09-25-2012 at 01:35 PM.
Never argue with drunks or crazy people.
What's funny is I'm going to start looking at shotguns next. Wife said she'd rather have a shotgun for home protection than a pistol. For someone I thought was totally anti-gun I'm so proud.
i have a mossberg 500 pistal grip and a 590 with a top folder on it
mossberg with standard barrel n stock and the short barrel and pistol grip conversion.
Yildez 20 gauge over/under
Winchester model 12
Remington 870 Express......my pheasant, duck, quail, turkey......and those pesky clay pigeon slayer. Otherwise known as old reliable!!!
Monday I bought a Mossberg 500 mariner with telescopic stock and pistol foregrip. Nice piece. Have not shot it yet, but it should lay waste to any unfortunate soul that dare enter my compound uninvited.
Remington 870 Wingmaster......
havent been able to buy any yet, but as soon as the finances are in order, ill hopefully be buying a Remington 870
We've got a Mossberg, a Remington and a Baikal
Mossberg 500 12ga combo. Came with an 18.5" and 26" barrel for $250...heck of a deal.
I'm the odd man with an old 16 gauge side by side. Oh, I see there are two of us! I'll bet there's a good chance they could be the same. Mine says Ranger 101.6 on the left side and 5100 on the other.
I seem to be on a real shotgun kick. I have a Remington 870 Wingmaster inherited from my grandfather. I also picked up Mossberg Maverick 88 Security.
And this weekend, the addiction continued. At the gun show, the weakness overcame me, and I picked up a Rossi coach gun. It's a 20ga, with 20in barrels and exposed hammers. My dad had one in 12ga when I was a kid. It kicked like a mule, but it was fun to shoot. My brother wound up with it after he passed away, and I have been unable to pry it out of his hands, so I grabbed this one. I love a good SBS with exposed hammers.
1. Mossberg 500 12 g with 2 barrels: (20 in clynder bore) and 28 vented rib w/ 3chokes
2. Stevens Savage Side by Side 12 g
Mossberg 590 and 500. Well used Remington 870, all 12ga.
4 Mossberg 500s
1 Mossberg 835
2 H&R (NEF) .410 s (Grandkids' guns)
Winchester Defender, 3", 7+1...bone stock and 100% cherry, not even a scratch.
I don't have much in shotguns but I'd like one or two more. I have a
835 Mossberg. H&R Topper Single shot 20 gauge. And an pretty old (I have no idea how old because I just can't find info on it) Triumph single shot 12 gauge. I'd like to get more info on the Triumph just because I have only seen this one shotgun. It was my Dads so it will never get sold. I really don't care about the value I just want to know more about it.
I want to get a couple double barrels. a 16 gauge and maybe a 20 gauge too. I want them with hammers on them. I just like the look of it though
mossbergs and a stoeger coach gun
I've got a Benelli Nova pump. First gun I ever bought. Had it narrowed down to that or the 870, and the 870 just felt too small in my hands. The Benelli felt perfect.
MOssberg Maverick 88 reconfigured for HD
I am an old man and was always taught to appreciate the quality and features of a Browning Auto 5 made in Belgium. My favorite shotgun was made in September, 1953, and it shoots harder and gets more distance than any of my newer shotguns.
Nothing gas operated about it and it will handle low power and high power loads.
IN addition, I have the full Reminton 1100 series in each gauge. While they are nice guns, I take the Browning when I want to do serious target or game shooting.