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Old 12-08-2011, 05:20 PM   #11
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all of these ideas sound really good!! I will have to look at each one and figure out what i think will be best for me. Except that i have been dealing with using one hand for 20 years now and i have found ways to do everything that i could ever want to do!, such as drive a car, play video games, tie my shoes and much more. I dont think that a pump shotgun would be any problem for me to figure out, because all i know is how to learn things with is one hand.

Thanks guys! Big Help!!

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Old 12-08-2011, 05:47 PM   #12
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jsnakehouse Take a look at the mossberg SA-20 line. Semi-auto for softer shooting and weight runs from 5.6 to 6lb. 13" LOP so it would fit a smaller guy better than a full size and there ain't much that a 20ga can't handel. That would be about like most mid sized .22lr for weight. Should be able to handle this One handed and still go turkey hunting useing adjustable shooting stick for control.
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Old 12-08-2011, 06:06 PM   #13
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hardluk1, that is a good idea, a semi auto. I took a look at the gun you recomended and i like that one also!! man this is going to be a tough decision with all these shotguns people are suggesting! might have to buy two or three to make it less hard of a decision!!

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Old 12-08-2011, 06:14 PM   #14
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I have a Beretta 1201FP that came stock with a Choate stock like this one.

I think it could belp you stabilize the gun under your armpit and could be fired that way if needed without shouldering. I always thought of using it if I had a flashlight or cell phone in my off hand and needed to hold someone at bay such as a burglar in my home at night.
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Old 12-08-2011, 06:37 PM   #15
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thats another one that looks good to me FAS1!! thanks for the recomendation, will have to check that one out a bit more also!!
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Read everthing & thought-
All I can come up with is a simi auto mabe shortened up & balanced to suit you
Had a LEO friend some time back with the same situation ( he was shot in the right shoulder by a perp with a - yes, shotgun) That what he came up with- Remmie 1100 i think-
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Those H&R single shot guns would be pretty good,they have a big break barrel button that pops open and ejects the spent shell easily in one step.
This thing right here is real easy to shoot one handed......
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A coach gun with an 18in barrel would be easy to work with one hand. With a good single point tactical sling tightened enough to help steady the gun, and hold it at your chest so you can break open the action and unload/load.
The pic is stoeger's double defense, cause posts with pictures of guns are always better...
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Old 12-09-2011, 04:45 PM   #19
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Hey,just an offbeat question,but do you own a switchblade since I think you would qualify to own one?
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Hey,just an offbeat question,but do you own a switchblade since I think you would qualify to own one?
In most states you can own one in your house but cant take it anywhere.. Dont get caught carryin it!
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