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Old 03-18-2009, 12:45 PM   #1
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This is my newest addition to my shotgun collection. I can't wait to fire it...

"Mossberg 500 ROAD BLOCKER"

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Old 03-18-2009, 02:23 PM   #2
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Hey you can get the matching plinkster too. They both have that big azz massive break on them.
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YOu know them 22lr are packin some serious recoil.

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That 12 Gauge is going to feel like a .410 with that oversized compensator....lol.

Speaking of, are you compensating as well??????????????

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It ain't good for much... but great conversation piece.
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I got around to shooting this beast. The Barrett style muzzle break really works! It is a bit heavy on the front but I got used to it quickly. It has minimal recoil and barrel rise even with the hottest loads. The muzzle break seems to work best with slugs.

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A lame-O rendition of the original "Road Blocker". Ithaca Mag-10 w/20"bbl

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Default What this beast set you back?

I'm searching for a perfect home defense gun/ fun gun/ backwoods backpacking gun/ and something that will serve me well in our coming civil war. I currently have a Springfield XD 40 on standby for all the above. Ive been shooting for 5 years now and haven't moved beyond my 2 plinkers and the xd. What you think of this as an option for what Im looking for? I dont know much about shotguns/ rifles. With a decent foldable stock for portability and a picatinny rail to hold my insight laser/ light, it seems like a cool option. And it looks bad ass to boot.

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Get this brand of shotgun (Mossberg), but don't get this model....lol.

It looks "tacticool", but there is no need for a compensator that big on a 12 gauge. It's a gimmick, so just stick with the standard model 500.

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If you get a "compensator" like that.....What are you compensating for?

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You guys do relize that they are also putting the SAME MUZZLE BREAK on to a 22lr.
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