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Old 12-27-2006, 6:09 PM
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Heres mine.

Started out as an Arkansas Police trade in Remington 870 Wingmaster.
Added an 18.5" barrel, Speedfeed 13 LOP stock with MCS forend,I stippled the grip on it. Wilson Combat +2 extension.




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Old 12-27-2006, 7:06 PM
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My trademark pic of my 870's.


BTW, do you need that orange shell follower?

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Old 12-27-2006, 7:21 PM
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I do right now until I get my wilson combat tube. It came with my choate +3 tube.
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Old 12-27-2006, 7:27 PM
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Ok. I'll play. Here are 2 pics of my Benelli M1 Super 90. I love this shotgun! It is a lot of fun!

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Old 12-27-2006, 7:43 PM
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Here's my Supermag project as of today. Knoxx Specops stock, 18 3/4" VR barrel. This whole project was centered on the awesome 3.5" 18-pellet 00Buck load. It certainly is an awesome stopper either on man or beast. Next move may be a extended mag. It will need a different fore end too. I think no optics on this one. Simple is better. Even with the Knoxx recoil reducing stock, it still packs a punch.
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Old 12-27-2006, 8:57 PM
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FN TPS w/ Side Saddle, Foreward Grip, Telestock.

Interstate (I've been told its actually Norinco under a different import name) 12 Ga Stagecoach, Take-Down, Exposed Hammer, Double Safety SxS

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Old 12-27-2006, 9:19 PM
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Ain't shotties cool? Well, I know, all guns are cool, but shotguns are so versatile, available, legal, and effective that ya gotta love 'em. I think my next project will be a super slug gun.
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Old 12-27-2006, 9:24 PM
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Yep. I like the fact that you can go hunt from deer to bird almost instantly. Not that I hunt but its a great survival tool.
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Old 12-27-2006, 9:30 PM
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I just realized I haven't given my HK/Fabarm Tactical any love lately...So here she is with a few of her siblings....
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Old 12-27-2006, 10:38 PM
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Here's my 870P Max... Not even fired yet!
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12 guage 870 express magnum
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My newly acquired bone stock 870 Express Mag along with my Taurus 605 and CRKT folder.

My first attempt at firearm photography. Let me know what you think. I think I need a camera with higher resolution.

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Old 12-28-2006, 3:47 PM
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Some of my Ithaca 37 LE guns:


...and other stuff, including Rem 870P, High Standard Flite-King, a Savage 311R and Ithaca M37's:
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Those sure are nice pictures of guns inside your homes, do you ever take them out and shoot them?

Here's me at the 2006 Zone 7 Championship in Alaska

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Old 12-28-2006, 6:56 PM
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Yep, but im too busy shooting them to take pictures of them
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Ok. Here I am in action with one of my 2 original Winchester 1897's. I believe this one was manufactured in 1914.

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Old 12-28-2006, 8:08 PM
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my old M1s90, i sold it, ill get some pics of my benelli m4 in a few days.
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Old 12-29-2006, 5:35 AM
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Here's my Mossy 500. I like shooting clays with it. Actually, I like seeing the reactions of people that see me shoot clays (accurately) with it. A typical reaction goes like " You can shoot clays with that thing ???"
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Beretta 686 Onyx Pro 20 ga. and Rem 870 Wingmaster 12 ga.
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Old 12-29-2006, 3:11 PM
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i used to shoot clays with my m1s90, but only on private property...
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Not the greatest pic but here's my Winchester m12

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Those sure are nice pictures of guns inside your homes, do you ever take them out and shoot them?
Sure do. I put about 100rds/week through my riotguns, but I can't shoot them and take pics at the same time.
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Hey ysr_racer...yep, I do take my shotguns out for a spin every now and then



By the way, I have really enjoyed your sporting clays course reviews on your web-site.
Nicely done, and thanks
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My first attempt at firearm photography. Let me know what you think. I think I need a camera with higher resolution.
What's your camera model and what sort of settings did you use? The photo looks a little washed out. I don't think resolution is your problem, I think it's going to be the lighting and the camera settings.

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SLACKERS!!

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What's your camera model and what sort of settings did you use? The photo looks a little washed out. I don't think resolution is your problem, I think it's going to be the lighting and the camera settings.

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It's a Canon S230 3MP. The lighting was just natural light with a window open in my apartment. I just used the standard settings with no flash. Thanks for any suggestions.
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Here's what I've got in the shotgun department. I'll be adding my Fabarm Gamma II Sport 30" BBL Over/Under come Tuesday when the DROS 10 day wait thingie is done and over with.



Remington 870, Wilson Forend, Wilson 2 Shot Extension, Wolf Extra Power Spring, Wilson Follower, Mesa Tactical 6 Shot Shell holder & Speed Feed PG Stock.

FN Herstal SLP, stock save for the sling :-P

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My 870s:

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All these new tactical and clay shotguns! Pshaw! I think it's about time I post my 1925 Iver Johnson 20 gauge (sorry for the horrible photos)




It came to me as a messy pile of rust. After checking gun values ($95 in perfect condition), I decided to attempt a restore. Six hours of stripping and cold bluing, this is the result. It's one of the first gunsmithing projects I attempted, and I'm still proud of the results. Some day, I may even sandblast and parkerize it.

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My shotty:

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Remington Model 11 16 gauge (I'd like to find out the age of this one if anyone knows how/where)



Mossy 500 with a few ATI items added:


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Perazzi MX-15, Remington 1187, Browning XT, Brownging 525 Sporting, Benelli M3

Me likey!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Anyone else go hunting with their shotguns? Here's a photo of my Benelli SuperNova 3.5" magnum field gun:



And here's a limit of ducks that I killed with my Beretta Xtrema2:

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Good Stuff Guys! MAN I LOVE IT!
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I wish I could find my camera. I've got a Rem121 Routeledge (originally owned by Gene Autry) and an old "Young" 2 shot pump.
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Remmy 870 w/ too much crap on it...

870 Express
Argonaut Armament CAR stock adapter(discontinued)
Argonaut Armament full length rail(discontinued)
Hogue rubber AR pistol grip
CAR 6 position telescoping stock
Surefire flashlight forend
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My 870.

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holy attachments batman...

you have the unique 870 pegboard attachment?!?
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Removed old images.....

See link http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/s...&postcount=318
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^^^^^

my m4 looks just like that, same setup. same case even, just no ammo storage in mine and it has a cutout for an eotech 552.

my solid stock is on for use in ca, my slider is next to it for when i go to WA state.
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