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Old 03-07-2013, 04:28 PM   #1
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Old 03-07-2013, 04:32 PM   #2
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Um. You can send it to me. That's possible.
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Old 03-07-2013, 04:41 PM   #3
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Leeeets see....


Crimson trace grips for your favorite gun
Ammo
Membership to local range
Custom holsters
Custom work on gun of your choice
Ammo
Custom knife or spend some on a nice EDC knife
(Mines a Zero Tolerance 0200)
Prepping supplies
Night sights for your handguns
Accessories for your AR/AK
Scope for deer rifle

As far as guns go check your locality on ARMSLIST . Com for good deals

New guns in that range may be
Taurus/Rossi revolvers
Taurus millinium pro
S&W SD line

You could get a good deer rifle for that as well

Ruger American rifle and several savage guns come to mind

You could also afford a good mossberg 500/remmy 870 for that as well





Or you could save it for what you really want,

Did I mention ammo?
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Sorry, in regards to shotgun options
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Sorry, in regards to shotgun options
Oh sorry didnt notice the forum.

Well a 500 or 870 is certainly within that price range.
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Oh sorry didnt notice the forum.

Well a 500 or 870 is certainly within that price range.
Nice! Didn't realize a 500 was in that price range..
Hope panic price inflation doesn't exceed

Looking to change the but stock out for a tactical looking folder maybe.
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Few weeks ago walmart had Mossberg 935 on sale for $350...
Reg price $499
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Most hunting seasons have closed now; you should check the pawnshops for castaways. I still have a ugly Mossberg 500 that i picked up for $100 in 1995, on the way to dove hunt.
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Picked up a 500 in 20g this week for 130 at the local pawn shop.
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Nice! Didn't realize a 500 was in that price range..
Hope panic price inflation doesn't exceed

Looking to change the but stock out for a tactical looking folder maybe.
You may end up changing it back,like I did.

A pistol grip isn't exactly harsher on a shotgun,but its different enough that I found myself not being able to be as quick with follow up shots as with a traditional shotgun stock. The recoil with a pistol grip tended to twist my wrist off target.

I just found the ergonomics of a pistol grip on a shotgun to be more of a liability than a asset. Ymmv
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