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Old 05-05-2012, 05:18 PM   #11
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Haunt the gun shows, and you should be able to find an 18 inch barrel Savage 311A, cylinder/cylinder for under $250 in excellent condition.
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"Haunt the gun shows, and you should be able to find an 18 inch barrel Savage 311A, cylinder/cylinder for under $250 in excellent condition. "
I see two 12 ga today for $150 each( they had regular barrels though 26" or 28")
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I have a Stoeger coach gun in 12ga. They break in with use. Mine is now to the point that you can hold it out with one hand, turn the lock, and the barrels will just fall open. You can scour gun shows and such but brand new they're barely over $300.

The right barrel is imp. cyl. The left barrel is modified. Mine has 2 triggers. First trigger fires the right barrel; second trigger fires the left. Both can be fired simultaneously.

Tons o' fun! Serious firepower. I have no complaints.
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Hawkguy thats a sweet looking rig there. Did you put the broken stock onto that levergun at the top of the pic?

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"Haunt the gun shows, and you should be able to find an 18 inch barrel Savage 311A, cylinder/cylinder for under $250 in excellent condition. "
I see two 12 ga today for $150 each( they had regular barrels though 26" or 28")
Buy one and have a licensed gunsmith cut it to minimum legal length.


(That way if there's any legal question, the work was done by a licensed gunsmith)
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I have a Stoeger coach gun in 12ga. They break in with use. Mine is now to the point that you can hold it out with one hand, turn the lock, and the barrels will just fall open. You can scour gun shows and such but brand new they're barely over $300.

The right barrel is imp. cyl. The left barrel is modified. Mine has 2 triggers. First trigger fires the right barrel; second trigger fires the left. Both can be fired simultaneously.

Tons o' fun! Serious firepower. I have no complaints.
Stoeger makes some damn good shotguns
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Stoeger does have some excellent shotguns.
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