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Old 12-22-2012, 08:10 PM   #11
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I believe I saw a combination breaching tool/bayonet mount for a 28 gauge Citori just the other day. The breaching attachments are old hat, but a bayonet mount is a must have for HD. Decision made !!! You can load Dragon's breath loads for any gun. Just fill the case - brim full of course - with a 50/50 mixture of Blue Dot powder and powdered magnesium. Oh, and be sure and use a Magnum primer. The coarser ground magnesium powder carries further. Be sure and video it too !
thinking about that the barrels already threaded wonder if a high rib will work as a rail?
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I have a simple soloution. Buy both, break them down, and build a completely new gun out of the 2 of them. I can picture it now, The all new and improved Remingberg 1370! Just don't buy that Mossington 812! Those things are junk!

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They come up for discussion often because they are the most common.

There are many other godd guns out there, just not in the same quantity that have been on the market as long, and at the same price point.

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I know exactly what you mean. And twice a day someone wants help choosing between the two.
I know it drives me nuts it would be different if they were top of the line and so much better than every thing else but most pumps are in the same category of quality
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I believe I saw a combination breaching tool/bayonet mount for a 28 gauge Citori just the other day. The breaching attachments are old hat, but a bayonet mount is a must have for HD. Decision made !!! You can load Dragon's breath loads for any gun. Just fill the case - brim full of course - with a 50/50 mixture of Blue Dot powder and powdered magnesium. Oh, and be sure and use a Magnum primer. The coarser ground magnesium powder carries further. Be sure and video it too !
Trees Virginian -- you forgot to tell them to aim at trees during a drought where there's a lot of dense, dry, underbrush. [Sarcasm Alert, cuz there r clearly some here who won't get it or might just do it!]
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I would say because more people can afford Remmy and Mossy.

Personally I love my Browning BPS. It cost a little more, but it was well worth it!

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Mossberg 500 Security

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I would say because more people can afford Remmy and Mossy.

Personally I love my Browning BPS. It cost a little more, but it was well worth it!
The bps are great guns I'm just not a big fan of the bottom ejection
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