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Old 02-10-2013, 07:12 AM   #21
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BS. Nothing else but BS. I have a very early 500, no rattle. If you are walking, you may get some wiggle. I hunt, so my hand is always on the foregrip. I've had mine for close to 20 years, bought it used. Never had an issue.
There is a coffee shortage about to hit the US because of some mold that is attacking the plant. For me, I will miss a cup here and there because the price is going to double, tripple in the grocery stores.

For you, coffee going up, good thing. Good thing. Cut down on the Joe.
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The sound a pump shotgun makes as it loads a round, means universally, back off, go away, do not mess with me. Load a shotgun shell in a Mossberg 500, and people everywhere in the house hears you doing so.

Is that a bad thing? Dogs that never bark, and only bite, are a problem.

On top of the loudest, meanest, clearest action sound of any pump shotgun made, they work well.

I have a Bullpup, and it is one of several firearms I will never sell.

People in this thread calling other people's stuff junk, my advice to you guys is circle the wagons, our enemy is not holding our firearms in high regards. If we also forget we are one voice, we are devided over nothing.

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The 500 specifically or the company in general?
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The 500 specifically.
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The sound a pump shotgun makes as it loads a round, means universally, back off, go away, do not mess with me. Load a shotgun shell in a Mossberg 500, and people everywhere in the house hears you doing so.

Is that a bad thing? Dogs that never bark, and only bite, are a problem.

On top of the loudest, meanest, clearest action sound of any pump shotgun made, they work well.

I have a Bullpup, and it is one of several firearms I will never sell.

People in this thread calling other people's stuff junk, my advice to you guys is circle the wagons, our enemy is not holding our firearms in high regards. If we also forget we are one voice, we are devided over nothing.
So a mossberg 500 makes a distinctly different sound then say a rem. 870?
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So a mossberg 500 makes a distinctly different sound then say a rem. 870?
No, the Mossberg does not make a different sound than any other pump gun. People that make the fore arm rattle on a shotgun need to lay off the caffeine or they need medical attention. I have hunted on days when it was really cold. I usually build a fire way before I begin to shiver.
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So a mossberg 500 makes a distinctly different sound then say a rem. 870?
Yes there is a big difference there isn't a louder.shotgun out there
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No, the Mossberg does not make a different sound than any other pump gun. People that make the fore arm rattle on a shotgun need to lay off the caffeine or they need medical attention. I have hunted on days when it was really cold. I usually build a fire way before I begin to shiver.
If you say that the 500 doesn't rattle then you need to come out of denial man...I'm not saying they are bad guns but they rattle bad
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They may rattle like an old beater but they go bang every time

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