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Old 09-10-2013, 08:17 AM   #151
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I must say, that bayonet is pretty useful on there, especially since it doesn't extend past the barrel shroud...
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I must say, that bayonet is pretty useful on there, especially since it doesn't extend past the barrel shroud...
Its sole purpose is to get people's attention. It obviously worked.
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Thanks man. Yours are nice too. I only just bought mine, and its my first shotty. Haven't even fired it yet. Hopefully this week.
Yours is pretty cool as well. One of my uncles has my gandfather's old 20 gauge J.C. another has his dad's 12 gauge one. I leaned to shoot with the 185-ka that is in my collection. Dad and I both took our first deer with that shotgun. Wonder why i have a soft spot for the old bolts.

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honestly, that tube fed bolt action shotgun of yours is pretty neat! very cool shotgun!
They are a lot of fun to shoot. I am in negotiations with a friend who has one in 20 gauge, and I am hoping to pick it up soon. Same make and model as JW's.
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Yours is pretty cool as well. One of my uncles has my gandfather's old 20 gauge J.C. another has his dad's 12 gauge one. I leaned to shoot with the 185-ka that is in my collection. Dad and I both took our first deer with that shotgun. Wonder why i have a soft spot for the old bolts.

They are a lot of fun to shoot. I am in negotiations with a friend who has one in 20 gauge, and I am hoping to pick it up soon. Same make and model as JW's.
They seem like they'd be fun. I'm hoping to go shoot it this weekend. I don't know if that's gonna happen or not.

The LGS I bought mine at had a 12ga bolt, for $75. Its condition wasn't near as nice as mine, though. I noticed that when I picked mine up. The 12's stock is much more worn and the butt pad is basically worn off. I wouldn't mind adding a 12ga in nice condition some day, if for no other reason as a keepsake and something I can pass down to my kids and grandkids.
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Its sole purpose is to get people's attention. It obviously worked.
What good is a sharp pointy object that you put on the end of a firearm that doesn't actually reach out past the firearm? Catching people's attention does 0 good. Like the 930 though
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What good is a sharp pointy object that you put on the end of a firearm that doesn't actually reach out past the firearm? Catching people's attention does 0 good. Like the 930 though
Double sided blade bayonet underneath the sheath. Much like the knife held up by someone belt... you know its there because it got your attention. If thier attention is on that shiny blade... its not on the dull black barrel a few inches away.
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Double sided blade bayonet underneath the sheath. Much like the knife held up by someone belt... you know its there because it got your attention. If thier attention is on that shiny blade... its not on the dull black barrel a few inches away.
Okay but if the barrel is a few inches away, why wouldn't you just pull the trigger? Or if your out of ammo in the tube and chamber, why not use the breacher that actually sticks out farther than the knife? It's gonna have sharp points on the end right? Or drop the gun and use a knife or handgun on your belt. That would be more maneuverable than a long gun in that close of quarters
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Okay but if the barrel is a few inches away, why wouldn't you just pull the trigger? Or if your out of ammo in the tube and chamber, why not use the breacher that actually sticks out farther than the knife? It's gonna have sharp points on the end right? Or drop the gun and use a knife or handgun on your belt. That would be more maneuverable than a long gun in that close of quarters
The reason is thats not how they do it on COD
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They seem like they'd be fun. I'm hoping to go shoot it this weekend. I don't know if that's gonna happen or not.

The LGS I bought mine at had a 12ga bolt, for $75. Its condition wasn't near as nice as mine, though. I noticed that when I picked mine up. The 12's stock is much more worn and the butt pad is basically worn off. I wouldn't mind adding a 12ga in nice condition some day, if for no other reason as a keepsake and something I can pass down to my kids and grandkids.
I would say pick up the 12 gauge for $75, and restore it as a project with the pone of the kids or grandkids. It will be a good bonding experience for both of you, and it will make for a nice back story for the family member that the shotgun is handed down to. There is a reason that I will never get rid of my 185-ka. It was one of dad's and my projects during my early teens.
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I would say pick up the 12 gauge for $75, and restore it as a project with the pone of the kids or grandkids. It will be a good bonding experience for both of you, and it will make for a nice back story for the family member that the shotgun is handed down to. There is a reason that I will never get rid of my 185-ka. It was one of dad's and my projects during my early teens.
Maybe I will. I'm not very handy, though. It might be a fun project and learning experience, though.
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