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Old 09-29-2012, 03:15 PM   #1
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Default best semiauto for the money

Looking for a semi auto for home defense, any suggestions? But must have good accessories.

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Old 09-29-2012, 03:23 PM   #2
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I am not sure what you mean by good accessories.

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IMHO, the best "for the money" is the Remington 1100.

The best, without regard to cost is the Benelli.

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The mossberg 930 non spx models.

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The mossberg 930 non spx models.
I sure like mine .



TONS of "good accessories" about for them to. Mine has been built on considerably, as it was just the 24" Turkey model. It's got the extended XX-F choke in the pic but with a flush one should still be a manageable HD gun?. 10 shot(11 with ghost load) capacity with the Nordic extension to.
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imo the mossberg 930 is the best for the $$$. other than smooth shooting, i'm not overly impressed with the benelli.

mossbergs do anything the rest will do, and cost less.

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wonder why

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I don't know what accessories you want for a shotgun other than a light to make sure you aren't shooting your drunk relative.

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The Saiga 12 gauge is my favorite semi. A couple of 10 round mags and your ready for action! I am a huge lover of the ak platform so its only natural that it is my favorite semiauto shotgun.

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For the money the STOEGER m3500 is the best semi auto on the market

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