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Old 10-16-2011, 10:13 PM   #1
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Just wanted to share my little frankenstein shotgun,you can laugh if you want,but with the reduced recol slugs,rifle sights 20"barrel and a good grip on the ATI pistol grip,this gun shoots awesome freehanded.My first round trying this gun/ammo setup at 25 yards is pretty obvious on paper,i'm taking this gun out for deer season for sure,it's a nice way to pack light.BTW I never get a shot more than 40 yards usually in my brushy hunting area.

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Old 10-16-2011, 10:32 PM   #2
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What ever works for you is fine.

I would prefer a shoulder stock on a shotgun, and that is either for SD or hunting, just because it is better for follow-up shots.

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Nice target, wondering where I can pick up some of those..lol

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Now how do we know you didn't draw that circle after you fired the shot?

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Now how do we know you didn't draw that circle after you fired the shot?
,yep,it was me marking my shots as I go,the whole page was my target in general lol-but seriously,I took it down after shot one because it was so awesome,the next target was more like a 4" group all a little high.
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I maDe tHem mEself i aM talEnted,prOlLy tHe Best eVer mAde
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i was thinking about gettin a pistol grip for my mossberg. it isnt very big to begin with, but just in case i wanted to make it even smaller

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i sell them, $10 a piece + shipping
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,yep,it was me marking my shots as I go,the whole page was my target in general lol-but seriously,I took it down after shot one because it was so awesome,the next target was more like a 4" group all a little high.
Ha Ha! I'm just pickin at ya, I use paper plates much of the time myself.
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Gonna have to buy some from ya! Gotta save up though I don't know if I'll be able to afford such a high quality artistic target...lol
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Gonna have to buy some from ya! Gotta save up though I don't know if I'll be able to afford such a high quality artistic target...lol

Have you seen their new "reactive" targets.




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