Baikal MP-153 12 ga (Russian, same as Remington Spartan 453)
Baikal MP-153 12 ga (liked the first one so much I bought two :rolleyes:)
Baikal IZH-27 12 ga (liked my Russian autoloaders so much I bought a double-barrel, aka Spartan 310)
Remington 870 Wingmaster 12 ga (the classic American shotgun)
Browning Gold Fusion 12ga
Mossberg 500 12 ga
Winchester 37A single shot .410 (my first gun from 14 yrs old)
Pictures of my babies...
Two MP-153's on opening dove day
Browning Gold in a layout boat on a lake Erie bay
MP-153 (yes they are for shooting things, big flying things :smt023 )
IZH-27 just waiting for next season :smt023
Remington 1100 in 12 and 20 guage
Winchester Defender 12 guage x 2, 1 wood 1 syn.
Savage single 20 guage
Snakecharmer 410 (can't remember actual brand)
Kahn(Turkish) over and under 12 guage
I like my Mossberg 500 for some of those 'bumps 'and 'whats that's' in the night.
Ruger Red Label for clay birds and upland game
Rem 870 Supermag for waterfowl and turkey
Win 1300 with Bushnell 1.75x4 for deer
My husband just recently purchased a Remington 870 Express Magnum. He is going to put a Surefire forend on it, as well as a new buttstock. I'm just curious though whether anyone here has any knowledge/experience of either the Knoxx stocks, or the Mesa Tactical with Enidine system.
I saw the video on the Knoxx website, which was pretty amazing - the extent of which the felt recoil had diminished. I would like to compare both of these brands, but finding out reviews/videos of the Mesa Tactical one is very difficult.
Winchester 1300 w/slug BBL and scope for deer
Rem 870 3 1/2" Supermag for Ducks and Turkey
Ruger Red Label for clay birds and upland game
Ithaca 37 occupying space in my gun safe
Mossbery 500 beater shotgun for pests
Benelli Nova Tac 18"
Winchester Mod 1897 30"
They did a bit on Knoxx on one of Midways shows the other night
Originally Posted by ApocalypseWoman
and looked pretty interesting. Even tho I have the Benelli Im
thinking about getting a 870 and converting it. Remington sell
the 870 w/Knoxx already on it.
Remington 870 Supermag-Turkey & Waterfowl
Ruger Red Label-Skeet and Upland Game
Ithaca 37-extra to trade or sell
Mossberg 500-pest control beater gun
i own 2 beretta 390's 12 ga.......also have a mossberg 935 auto....winchester model 12 heavy duck......
Remington 870 12g, Browning A5 Light twelve, JC Higgins bolt action 12g, H&R 12g single, Universal Double Wing 2016 12g, Mossberg 500 12g, Norinco 1897 Trench gun replica 12g,
Win 1300, Ithaca mod 37 feather-lite,Rem. pre-mod. 11 Auto(Browning-A5)
I love shotguns. I have a 20" rifle sighted 870 that was issued to me when I first became an LEO. It is older blued model with walnut and some serious patrol time and a lot of character!
My hunting/sporting guns include a Browning A-5 12GA , Stevens 311 16GA, and a Benelli Nova 3.5 12GA.
My behind the speaker and out of sight shotgun is a Stevens single-shot with a "custom" 18" barrel.
I have a Mossberg 930 SPX.
I just have a 12 ga Mossberg
Grandad's Winchester Model 12
Grandad's Browning "Sweet 16" automatic
Grandad's Savage .410 / .22 over under
Mossberg 12 ga pump goose gun
Ithaca 20 ga automatic
Mossberg 500 'Cruiser' with top folding stock.
Nice... it that a Walther P38, bottom LH corner?
Originally Posted by falshman70
mossberg 500 18.5 barrel knoxx stock
My 20 ga with #3 buck shot packs a decent punch :boxing:
I have a Winchester 1897 takedown that I just love (IMnsHO the best American Shotgun ever) -- with its old-fashioned full choke barrel, it will powder (not just "break" -- powder) clays at 60 yards + (farther than my little whatzit thrower can send them). Trouble is, my three sons love it too -- everybody wants "in the will" for the 'ole '97...:smt022
So, I'm collecting 'em; just picked up a slightly older version for $300 (note: firearms usually cost me double; this purchase was, fortunately, exempt from the DW Tax). I think it will need about 50 hours work to match the existing one; I have high hopes of diverting the covetous clutches of at least one son with that. (Anybody have a "good deal" on a couple more? I think middle son might go for the 16 gauge version -- he likes 16 gauge for some strange reason... :rolleyes:)
I just gave DW a Savage 745 for our 25th (hence the tax-exemption). I've expanded it to 5 rounds and it shoots great (if you like semi-autos) -- takes down almost all the pigeons we can loft with two throwers...
We also have a "T. Barker" (catalog gun) .410 with a really nice, old-fashioned full choke -- it reaches almost as far as the 12 gauge '97. We've actually had it punch the center out of a couple of clays leaving just the outter ring flying into the sunset -- with little tiny birdshot dimples etched in the edge of the "donut hole" :smt023
Middle son has a singleshot 16 gauge of the same style as the "Barker" -- no chance of it ever donuting one though ;-) He's working on shooting doubles with it. So far, he can get the second shot launched; but, seldom hits. :watching:
Also have a Remington Model 10 that needs some serious repair before it goes into action -- so to speak :-)
And have an old Damascus double that I'd like to restore...
Ah, the projects...
Just a lil ole 870, with an 18.5" cyl barrel, scattergun tec 2 shot extension, a Blackhawk 15-round "bandoleer" sling, and 8 rounds of 00-Buck low-recoil...
bottom LH corner looks like a baretta model 1934. not sure what the bottom RH corner is (beretta grips?) but it is no p-38 i know. Lets see what flashman says
Originally Posted by brokenviewfinder
Remington 870 18" Barrel with pistol grip and folding stock