I only put a magazine extension on and the Hogue Tamer grips, I have the wood stock tucked away right now until I want to shoot some clays or do some small gaming.
I did not ruin the gun in any way all modifications were drop in screw on parts, It is easily converted back to original form. This is the great thing about Remington and Moosbergs you can do a lot of different thing to them with out permanent modifications.
I traded some ammo and a small amount of cash for this gun equaling about $200, I really do not think I could sell this gun and buy 2 other shotguns not even cheap cheap ones. I like to tinker with with my firearms any ways I may spend more doing it my self but I put it together my way and to my liking rather then buying one all done up. This is not going to be a Home defense gun it is just something for me to take out and wast some cash shooting targets up like cans jugs and paper or what ever else is around. It will be my get out release some stress and look like a fool gun.
I am glad I traded for this 33 yr old shotgun to me it really seems to be put together better then the newer Remingtons, It is really solid. The condition of the gun is really good, It does not seem to be shot a lot with the internals not showing much ware at all. There is slight rust on the receiver from hand contact with out re oiling, the stock is beautiful near perfect. This shotgun is a keeper and will be given to my kids. I am going to give this shotgun a good home and take care of her but will have some fun doing so lol. As long as I do not short stroke her I am sure she will be fateful.