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Old 03-31-2017, 10:23 AM
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Cool One badass shotgun .... Meet Oz!!!!

Greeting Gunners,

I was super excited about my recent shotgun build , and wanted some feedback from the cal gun community . I Built it for 3 gun and I have a match in a few weeks .

With that being said let me introduce you guys to "OZ" (vepr 12).
I know I know it's just a shotgun but I went 10/10 with slugs at 100 yards without a problem.

So check it out and please comment . Good , Bad, whatever just interested in feedback .

The last picture is a screen shot of a clip of the 100 yard target ��

Let me know if you guys are interested in the details, I have a long list and more pictures

Sorry if the picture is upside down, I don't know why it keeps uploading like that .

******** Thanks gunners I appreciate the views and comment **********


Wow 1000+ views thanks gunners I appreciate the interest!!!

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I like it, would love to know how much it cost to build one similar to what you did.
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Old 03-31-2017, 11:04 AM
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Greeting gunner,

The shotgun and parts and some labor I'm around 2500. I did most of the work except for the trigger because it's a pound and a half pull.

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This is the only picture that worked for me, the rest were broken:

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Cool shotgun though, I like it. Great work
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Old 03-31-2017, 11:25 AM
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Sorry I just switch out the pictures , try it again
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Looks awesome, I wish I was smart enough to grab one before 1/17 ... Now I fear it is too late to do a semiauto AR style shotgun.
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LOVE how that thing looks! Sad I can't get one anymore
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Man I totally understand that situation. I got mine right at the tail end of the year , I paid 1000 bucks for the 800 thumb hole stock Version .
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Looks sweet. It took $1500 on top of the base gun to get it there?
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OP- that's some strait-up shotgun porn right there.
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Just about , I wanted that different look . That different came with a different price tag . 2500 would be in the ball park .
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I wish I could upload a clip , with the long handrail which allow me to reach out further and the JTE break the recoil is very minimal .
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How would this stack up compared to my maverick 88?
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Nothing beats a pump action shotgun in home defense !!!!
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Super bad ***...
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Thanks sir I appreciate it !!!!
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Do you have really long arms?
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Lol afirm, I'm 6'3 with long ol arms
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Yes, it does look badass. Pump shotguns are my favorite.

And I did up a Rem 870 similar to that a couple of decades ago. 3-shot Choate mag extension, heat shield over the 20" barrel, Side-Saddle 6 shotshell carrier on the left side of the receiver, a Milt Sparks leather lace up 6 shotshell carrier on the buttstock, and a JFS 3-point assault carry sling, along with a Choate assault style pistol grip plastic stock and fore-end. Cool looking! I was ready for war!

Problem was, the damn thing weighed a ton, probably 12 pounds or more fully loaded. I am not an Army grunt, and did not even want to hump it around.

Fast forward a few years. The 870 now has a 2-shot mag extension, an 18-1/2" cylinder choke barrel, original wood furniture, and all of the extraneous crap is gone. Fully loaded, it weighs about 7.5 lbs.

Not as "tacticool" as my fantasy, but it works so much better for me.



Good luck with your battle weapon, sir!

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Sorry, double post.
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I want to see you reload it.
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Lol afirm, I'm 6'3 with long ol arms

The hand stop placement gave it away.
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It reminds me of this video of the worlds fastest Russian-made semi auto shotgun (supposedly).

It's got some cool mods like a cross bolt safety. thumb release magazine button, magazines have been adapted for it speed, and a ambidextrous bolt handle...

https://youtu.be/T8uLv0utmDQ
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Akexpat - the beauty about it is it's really lightweight. This one started as the thumb hole wooden stick version and weight in at just over 9 pounds. I believe Oz is under 8 pounds . I'll weigh it to confirm the numbers but people are surprised when they pick it up .

Fawndog - I'm working on reload drill but I've notice the MOLOT magazines seem to take better and insert smoother then the SGM magazines . My next upgrade is a magwell, so the results might change .
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Sealocan- I can't currently but the shotgun can . I don't have enough trigger time behind it to run it like that . I have a great trigger in it with a 1 3/4 pull and an 1/16 of a inch to reset, she can fly . The long keymod hand rail let's me get on top of the recoil . But the compensator / break reduced the felt recoil , even with slugs . With birdshot it feels like a 22.
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Nice build. You asked about 3 gun --in 3 gun you'll be at a disadvantage without chokes. I internally threaded my Saiga 12 for chokes, then silver soldered on a collar. The comp attaches to the collar. This way you get both internal chokes and a comp. If you use the Vepr choke adapters, the barrel gets too long.

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Akexpat - the beauty about it is it's really lightweight. This one started as the thumb hole wooden stick version and weight in at just over 9 pounds. I believe Oz is under 8 pounds . I'll weigh it to confirm the numbers but people are surprised when they pick it up .

Fawndog - I'm working on reload drill but I've notice the MOLOT magazines seem to take better and insert smoother then the SGM magazines . My next upgrade is a magwell, so the results might change .
VEPRs have magwells, you're going to get the competition one ? SGMs are priced right for run and gun though, 10 rounders are obnoxiously banana.

How did you change the stock, I hate the tubular one.
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Nice build. You asked about 3 gun --in 3 gun you'll be at a disadvantage without chokes. I internally threaded my Saiga 12 for chokes, then silver soldered on a collar. The comp attaches to the collar. This way you get both internal chokes and a comp. If you use the Vepr choke adapters, the barrel gets too long.



You're shotgun is beautiful, nicely done . I was think about running an External Chokes with the thread so I could also run a brake on it . What you're thoughts on them ?
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VEPRs have magwells, you're going to get the competition one ? SGMs are priced right for run and gun though, 10 rounders are obnoxiously banana.

How did you change the stock, I hate the tubular one.


I running a Vepr to M4 Stock Adapter , I wanted to have the same motions with this shotgun as my AR . So I had a little method to my madness . Lol
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