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Discussion in 'Other Parts & Collectibles' started by arizonaitalian, Aug 12, 2020.
Anyone got one they want to sell? PM me...
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You can get a brand new Remington 870 Marine Magnum for $600.
Love the Marine Magnum! And it's on my list.
Mossberg 930SPX holds 8 rounds. While the Benelli M2 and M4 holds 3+1 and 5+1 respectively.
Remington 870 Marine Magnum holds 6+1
And then there's the 870 Special Purpose Marine Magnum. It holds "6" rounds. Not sure what the other differences are other than the stock and grip.
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see if you can shoot them.... you'll know which one and why
I would recommend a SDS Lynx mag fed. either the 3 gun version or standard. I really like mine.
12 round magazines are still cheap.
Not sure what you are looking for but I have one of these that I'd sell:
Any variant of the Remington 870 is thin on the ground right now..
I just paid $500 for a used one, wood stocks and will have to cut the barrel to 18"
Trading back for an unfired one, I sold in "hard times"
I did pick up a nice .16 GA =, wood furniture..that matched for $450
The $300 plastic ones at Academy are long sold out....
My background checks are getting booted to "wait a minute' status, someone said any multiple gun deal does that
Mossberg Maverick 88 Security 12Ga. 5+1 pump. Proudly made in the good 'ol US of A. Great reviews. All you need...for $199
I have a bad ass macked out Benelli M4, I would consider selling for the right price. Brand new, never fired
If you want a conventional pump shotgun, get a Remington 870.
If you want a high-capacity pump oddball, get a KelTec KSG.
I've got both! And a beautiful Baretta, and a pretty-but-not-Purdy side-by-side.
I vote the Benelli M2. I have an M1 S90 and it cycles super fast and no jams.
Why are there gun sights? Do people aim these guns?
I think it's a "inside joke" on the 870 .12 GA Riot...
TDC has them by the hundreds. and the answer to your question is, indoors, no...outdoors, still no.
It's a point blank range weapon.
I've given several Mossburgs to my son, as he actually tromps around in swamps with them.
As I've found recently, most pump action shotguns are sold out locally. I have no need for high-dollar hunting/collector's shotguns and am not really interested in auto-action either.
I guess I'll see what I end up with.
FBI agent told me once the two scariest sounds to a B&E guy were the rack of a 45 and the pump of a shotgun.
Of course, this is back when these guys were pros. Today you’re more likely to run into hopped up gangbangers. I had a client who wasted three coming up the stairs in his home. He was no billed.
I wonder if the Benelli action is unique? I'm not an autoloader shotgun fan at all because I hate the way the action feels when you shoot it. I love the old Benelli Super90 which fired and recoiled just like a semi-auto pistol crisp, sharp, fast. I think is was called or still is montifiori recoil system?
Thanks for the all the replies.
To clarify, I'm looking for an auto-loader (all three I mentioned are - I already have a Mossberg 500 variant pump)
I think both the M2 and the M4 are unique designs by Benelli. (but my understanding of how they do their thing ends there)
I keep one chambered with safety on in the 870 so they wont hear it loading.
My single action .45s sound different from the 1911s but they do let you know somethings about to happen...
I think the "in the dark against burglars" has been replaced by Gang banging in your door, like the recent fatality in Baytown.
None of the perps was 25, two of them teens...
Apologies for the thread drift into market on scatter guns.
Not surprised! (you have a lotta cool stuff).
I'm looking for the basic M4, so my price point is msrp or ~$2k range (if your example fits in there, please pm me)
It was your post about the Lynx that got me thinking about an autoloader tactical shot gun in the first place. I 'might' get one of these too...
There was a good cut thru isometric rendering deep into the website, nicely done...