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    Default Remington 870

    My shop has one of these - looks amazing with the wood furniture ! I already have the shockwave but wish I had this one instead! Don't really need two of this style shotgun but not sure how long I can hold off - looks so nice !

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    Quote Originally Posted by cruzans View Post
    My shop has one of these - looks amazing with the wood furniture ! I already have the shockwave but wish I had this one instead! Don't really need two of this style shotgun but not sure how long I can hold off - looks so nice !

    I must say that is one sweet looking shotgun......buy it!
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    Nice. I've had an 870 since I started hunting at 28. It was my first hunting longarm. A more sturdy shotgun cannot be had for the money, if at all. I retired mine from waterfowl to home defense and put a smooth bore slug barrel with iron sights on it as well as an extended magazine and filled it with slug and buck. Since I picked up another shotgun for HD, I may reconfigure it for goose again.

    I've seen the Shockwaves before and wasn't all hot and bothered by it, although your 870 is awfully nice. I've always liked the look of the Mossberg 500 JIC in desert camo, even though I've never been a fan of Mossberg's safety switch location and overall "rattle-iness". I have a buddy who waterfowls a lot and swears by his 500.


    ETA: Is there some legal allure to Shockwave-style shotguns?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandcut View Post
    Nice. I've had an 870 since I started hunting at 28. It was my first hunting longarm. A more sturdy shotgun cannot be had for the money, if at all. I retired mine from waterfowl to home defense and put a smooth bore slug barrel with iron sights on it as well as an extended magazine and filled it with slug and buck. Since I picked up another shotgun for HD, I may reconfigure it for goose again.?
    Got my 870 in 1987....hunted with it for many years ...it too has been retired to HD .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandcut View Post
    ....ETA: Is there some legal allure to Shockwave-style shotguns?
    I think that some folks are thinking that they are getting a legal sawed off shotgun.

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    Default Re: Remington 870

    Does not look fun to shoot...recoil can't be pleasant.

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    Load that with some of those Paraffin wax / #6 shot 12 gauge shells.. whoa damn
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    Default Re: Remington 870

    So is it a TAC 14 with wood added? Is there a mag tube extension or is that just a bit longer because of the sling attachment?

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