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Discussion in 'General Shotgun Discussion' started by precisionJonRoseshooter, May 16, 2012.
Have a revolver version of a .410 and a short berraled rifle version also. Please share
Not me. Just the mossberg and a couble barrels.
Shotgun addiction definitely exists though. I have a buddy that seems to buy another shotgun every week. We went to the gun shop to get him a s&w .40 and he bought an o/u.
Kinda weird to me.
I'm into shotguns just for the coyote in the hayfields or pheasants too. I'm into 7mm custom making and 257 Roberts collection. But shotguns are fun just to get small game haha
I also have a 870 Mossberg 500 20gauge n 410 n a savage bolt action 20 gauge
Would not call it a "collection"- but have my grandad's Fox Sterlingworth, my Dad's 1100 Light field in 410, a few assorted Mossberg bolt action shotguns, and some of the finest from Sears- when they were selling High Standard Flite Kings under their name- a 20 and a 12 here-
Not really, a 1980 1100 in 12, an old beat up Winchester 37a 28gauge A .410 an early 2000s 870 express super mag in 12. Just 4, looking to add an auto loading 20 and o/u 12 or 20 or both soon.
Alot of the family is missing..
Browning B2000, 1932 Browning Citori, Browning BPS, Browning 525 and a couple others I can't think of off-hand
Wouldn't really call it a collection. But I have 3 SxS, 3 O/U, 3 pumps and 1 semi.
About 8 more shotguns than I really need, lol.
My shotgun collection consists of higher end side by sides and over/unders. Also have a Win. Model 12 in 28 gauge and a Win. Model 42. I was a competitive skeet shooter. When I won the gold medal in the Florida State Games, I gave up shooting competitively as I figured I would end on a high note. Besides, my eye sight started failing.
I wish I had a collection, after seeing that, now I REALLY wish...
Mossberg 835, but is just one ever enough???
Mossberg 835, but is just one ever enough???[/QUOTE]
NEVER! In my humble opinion, while rifles and handguns are GREAT....Shotguns are the most versatile and effective weapons ever made for the common man.
Yes a good "assault" rifle is a great Primary...a shotgun is just as good if not better depending on the situation.
This is my primary. I do have a couple others though. Once I can begin to purchase guns myself it's gonna be similar to LuBrowningBoys collection if I have the cash.
Edit: Pictured is my trusty BPS.
Love it! Have one myself...missing from the picture though.
New here but I figured I would show part of my collection.
You bet, just added another one the other day..........
One lever action(original)
One bolt action
3 Mossberg 500's and a Springfield 67h. Nothing to special.
Win. 97 12 ga. that was my Dad's. It was built in 1913. Gonna be a birthday party celebration for it next year.
Win Ranger 120 12 ga. I hunt with.
Weatherby Orion O/U in 20 ga. Fits like it was made for me.
Rem. 870 Express youth 20 ga. for my wife to shoot.
Stoeger 2000 defense gun. Only auto shotgun in the stable.
I have a H&R O/U that seems to have disappeared. It is the reason I bought a safe. It may turn up some day. I don't remember loaning it out, but hopefully that's where it is.
Sold my win Model 12 last year.
Picked up my babies from my dad's house the other day. Put a few shells through em and thought I'd post em.
Browning BPS 12ga. "Hunter's Special" (Engraved receiver, gold trigger, gold buckmark on trigger guard, 2 barrel set.)
Browning B-2000 12 ga. Pretty neat..it has a weird Bolt Release and it loads the magazine through a slot in the left side of the receiver.
Circled is a small spring loaded button that you pull towards the trigger guard to release the bolt.
Got about 10. Here in IL, we hunt our deer with shotguns. I hunt squirrel, rabbit, deer, turkey, pheasant and coyote with shotguns. Always take one with me into the woods even when not hunting.