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Saw this on Gunbroker...

Wow, this guy is serious !! Good singles gun !!


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It has a ported barrel, some kind of compensator on the muzzle, a red dot scope, speedloader(?),etc. Not to mention that coating on the stock (bedliner?), that looks like it would peel the skin off your face. What kind of trap would you be shooting with that thing?
 

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HEY If at first ya don't hit it try try try try try try try try try again !!!!! Then i guess go to the ATM and reload. Joe
 

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Dove Commander is exactly right. It's set up for tactical competition, as well as bowling pin matches and 3-gun matches (shotgun, handgun and rifle).<br>
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The plastic guide ears on both sides of the modified shell lifter are for a shotshell speed loader. It's a long tube that has a slit running most of its length. A handle goes through the slit and into a follower. This allows shoving a full magazine load of shells in a couple of seconds into the gun.<br>
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I've shot tactical competition, but my guns were not modified this way. Tactical shotgunning has had an equipment race not unlike IPSC, which ceased to be a 'real world" competition sport when highly modified guns became the norm. Having said that, it's amazing what these guys do with a shotgun, and they're doing it with buckshot and slugs. Sweeping a picnic table clear of bowling pins against the clock is a lot harder than you'd think.
 

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Dove & Brian,

Thanks for the education. I guess it could be a good time if given a try. We dont see that kind of competition in my area.

Spring cant come fast enough !

Chris
 
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