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Love the wood!
I got a TAC 14 Hardwood only cause I didn't like the black plastic, this would be a hard decision.

Myabe, I'll get one of these too!


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So, what is the consensus on 20 ga versus 12 ga?

this will never be a high-round count kind of toy, but just how ugly is 2 3/4” shotshells out of the 12 ga version?



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Originally posted by feersum dreadnaught:
So, what is the consensus on 20 ga versus 12 ga?

this will never be a high-round count kind of toy, but just how ugly is 2 3/4” shotshells out of the 12 ga version?


I did 25 bird shot and 15 buckshot the first day I had mine from high pectoral index. I have the shoulder strength of a newborn kitten. No drama at all.
 
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Can these use the Aguila Mini-Shells? That could be interesting...
 
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Can these use the Aguila Mini-Shells? That could be interesting...


If you use this adaptor they work just fine and it is a blast to shoot loaded with the mini shells.




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Originally posted by feersum dreadnaught:
So, what is the consensus on 20 ga versus 12 ga?

this will never be a high-round count kind of toy, but just how ugly is 2 3/4” shotshells out of the 12 ga version?


I did 25 bird shot and 15 buckshot the first day I had mine from high pectoral index. I have the shoulder strength of a newborn kitten. No drama at all.


The 12ga isn’t bad at all.




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I concur. Shooting from the hip, or shoulder is no biggie at all.

Here’s a video of Hickok45 shooting two at once.




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My local enabler tells me these are still on "allocation" - meaning only the big dealers are getting them.

He says he knows folks at Mossberg, so my order is in. I'm looking forward to another toy I don't need. I'm with ASG, this is the perfect thing "because fuck you".

Bring on the zombie apocalypse...



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It reminds me of the umbrella-holder full of retired nightsticks my grandfather kept by the front door.


Never met the man, but I like him!


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With the wood, it looks like something pulled from a scabbard a la Romancing The Stone.

Which is reason enough to buy one.


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With the wood, it looks like something pulled from a scabbard a la Romancing The Stone.

Which is reason enough to buy one.
Agreed. Now they just need to do a LH version like the 870 in Romancing the Stone. Big Grin


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Does capture that classic riot gun vibe pretty well.
 
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I hope they start selling that furniture separately. I'll buy it immediately. It will turn my Shockwave from a cool but impractical toy to a REALLY cool and impractical toy.

Seriously. That is sharp looking. Makes me want to go ride an armored car through a post apocalyptic desert.
 
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Picking up my nightstick tomorrow. Very psyched.

Already have the Opsol mini-clip and a CDM sling/light mount.

I think I might have to coordinate with one of our local leather makers for some form of appropriate sling.



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I have one in 12 GA and would like to pick up one in 20 GA.


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that looks like the perfect dumpster protection shotgun

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I have not heard that before. What does that mean?
 
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that looks like the perfect dumpster protection shotgun

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I have not heard that before. What does that mean?


Prolly refering to the guy that shot that dude a couple months back over a dumpster. The guy’s dad got in an argument, it escalated, and the adult son used a shockwave to finish the fight.
Here:
http://sigforum.com/eve/forums...430033744#1430033744
 
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All these years, I had no idea Tanner's was near Buckingham. Small world.
 
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Originally posted by feersum dreadnaught:
So, what is the consensus on 20 ga versus 12 ga?

this will never be a high-round count kind of toy, but just how ugly is 2 3/4” shotshells out of the 12 ga version?


You would have more ammo choices for the 12ga.

I got a mossberg shockwave last week. I put a SBA3 brace on it. Now I need to get out to the range and try it out.
 
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Originally posted by feersum dreadnaught:
Picking up my nightstick tomorrow. Very psyched.

Already have the Opsol mini-clip and a CDM sling/light mount.

I think I might have to coordinate with one of our local leather makers for some form of appropriate sling.


So, whatcha think?


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