show me your MOSSBERG!

Discussion in 'General Shotgun Discussion' started by alex19ccc, Jan 24, 2013.

  1. alex19ccc

    alex19ccc New Member

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    just thought some of you might like to show off your mossberg's. here's mine, pretty plain and lacking an optic! lets see yours :] (mossbergs only)

    oh... she also supports our second amendment ;]
     

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  2. ss33204

    ss33204 New Member

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    My 500: top fold stock, 4 shell side saddle, tactical light with pressure pad, rail, also waiting on optic
     

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  3. alex19ccc

    alex19ccc New Member

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    nice friend i like it, ive been thinking about the top folding stock like you have there, BUT i have a rail that i cant remove. (the cheap screws it came with stripped) having JUST the rail requires a little calculating to be accurate with the bead sight.... so i was wondering, is there any room for a small optic under that top folder stock??
     
  4. loctite44144

    loctite44144 New Member

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    Here mine before & after thanks ATI
     

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  5. alex19ccc

    alex19ccc New Member

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    now theres a transformation! :D
    i seen your posting about this gun, your grandfathers right?
    very nice. what kind of sights are those?? o.0
     
  6. loctite44144

    loctite44144 New Member

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    Right
    Thay came with the ATI heat shield
     
  7. ss33204

    ss33204 New Member

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    Without the side saddle no it would sit flush on the firearm, with the side saddle tho it hits before it can, still folds out of the way though. I actually like it, will work out fine when I get my optic.
     

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  8. ss33204

    ss33204 New Member

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    Wanted to add these close-up shots of the stock hitting the saddle.
     

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  9. AR10

    AR10 New Member

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    I have a bullpup, will dig her out tomorrow. Owning one, I have a licence to bad mouth it, just a little. Not as sweet as a straight defence Mossberg, but they do look good in movies!
     
  10. hawkguy

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    Okay

    love my mossy!

    pic 1: dressed "sexy" for attention ;)

    pic 2: "business attire" :p
     

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  11. ss33204

    ss33204 New Member

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    Great looking firearm, either way!
     
  12. srtolly1

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    I have 2, an 835 for hunting and a clone of a 500 that I converted.


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  13. Sgt_Skrb_25

    Sgt_Skrb_25 New Member

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    Here are my Mossy's, and an AR snuck in the pic.
     

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  14. hawkguy

    hawkguy Active Member

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    thanks! lots of good looking shotguns here!
     
  15. Dr. Marneaus

    Dr. Marneaus New Member

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    My 930 SPX with urban digicam by me.

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    'grab-n-go' scabbard setup I made for it.
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  16. caboutin

    caboutin New Member

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    The picture on the left, exactly what do you have there??? Item numbers would be helpful. :)->
     
  17. caboutin

    caboutin New Member

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    Teflon coated.
     

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  18. AleksiR

    AleksiR New Member

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    Love that camo on your 930!

    Only Mossberg I have is my 835 I use for hunting. Have been thinking about getting getting a 590 too but I've got a few guns to buy before that :D

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  19. ss33204

    ss33204 New Member

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    Awesome job in that camo man! I'm jealous! How did u pull that artwork off?
     
  20. Dr. Marneaus

    Dr. Marneaus New Member

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    Duracoat 'easy-way' camo kit. I did my M1A with one too, the shotgun came out way more intricate because i used double the amount of stencils, and took twice as long haha.

    it's a very meticulous process if you want it to come out good, and you need to know the limitations of the kit/product, but if you take your time and are any good with a spray can, you can get great results.