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Discussion in 'General Shotgun Discussion' started by 408essj, Mar 7, 2013.
Um. You can send it to me. That's possible.
Crimson trace grips for your favorite gun
Membership to local range
Custom work on gun of your choice
Custom knife or spend some on a nice EDC knife
(Mines a Zero Tolerance 0200)
Night sights for your handguns
Accessories for your AR/AK
Scope for deer rifle
As far as guns go check your locality on ARMSLIST . Com for good deals
New guns in that range may be
Taurus millinium pro
S&W SD line
You could get a good deer rifle for that as well
Ruger American rifle and several savage guns come to mind
You could also afford a good mossberg 500/remmy 870 for that as well
Or you could save it for what you really want,
Did I mention ammo?
Sorry, in regards to shotgun options
Oh sorry didnt notice the forum.
Well a 500 or 870 is certainly within that price range.
Nice! Didn't realize a 500 was in that price range..
Hope panic price inflation doesn't exceed
Looking to change the but stock out for a tactical looking folder maybe.
Few weeks ago walmart had Mossberg 935 on sale for $350...
Reg price $499
Most hunting seasons have closed now; you should check the pawnshops for castaways. I still have a ugly Mossberg 500 that i picked up for $100 in 1995, on the way to dove hunt.
Picked up a 500 in 20g this week for 130 at the local pawn shop.
You may end up changing it back,like I did.
A pistol grip isn't exactly harsher on a shotgun,but its different enough that I found myself not being able to be as quick with follow up shots as with a traditional shotgun stock. The recoil with a pistol grip tended to twist my wrist off target.
I just found the ergonomics of a pistol grip on a shotgun to be more of a liability than a asset. Ymmv
I put a full buttstock WITH a pistol grip on my Mossy, better control of a PG and comfort of a real stock if you need it. http://www.cheaperthandirt.com/product/SHT-265 similar to that but simpler.
Pulled the trigger!
Found a 7+1 mossberg maverick 88 for $289
Good choice,the 88 was my first gun and I've used AND abused it for years and it keeps going.
Mine was my first gun too,couldn't be happier with it.
Good choice. Take care of it, and it will serve you well.
I had my maverick 88 for 17 years. it wasn't my first shotgun, but it was my first pump action. i beat the snot out of that shotgun, and it never failed to work when I needed it to. I gave it to a fried's son when he started hunting a few years ago. When he has kids of his own, he plans on passing it down to them. Over 22 years, and still going strong. I call that a good investment. I still use my dad's old Mossberg bolt action 20 gauge, and it was built in the late 1940s. Good to see that the current generation of the Mossberg family is keeping up the tradition of inexspensive, well built, reliable shotguns and rifles.
i have two Maverick M88's. one i still have and i paid about $120 for it used. good value in shotguns. not the prettiest shotguns, but very reliable and they just plain work.
Mossberg is a fine old gun maker.