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I can’t handle a .40 cal pistol ?
I can’t imagine a 12 G

I know mossberg makes 20 g semi auto shotguns that have 6 shots
That sounds like my gun
 

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Again...............WTF ........we already had this discussion Mr. ATF..............the pump shotgun Remington 20 gauge with #4 Buckshot.....

Now go to the range and shoot one today.........now remember.....put your thumb in front of your eye to help you aim............and keep the butt of the gun loose in the shoulder........should work out well for you.
I disagree, semi-auto 20 gauge with #4 shot.
I could hold one in each hand. What do they hold? 6-7?
I never looked at any Benelli's. Mossberg, couple others..Remington.. yes.
Benelli is 12g
Oh, is it now? The Benelli M4 may be, but this gun is not, and I would cut it.
Yeah, only around $1700
Yeah..I'll get me a coach gun, 1st

Stoeger Coach Gun.



Then there's the Cimmaron with external hammers. If you can find one.



Of course good luck finding either these days........
 
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Again...............WTF ........we already had this discussion Mr. ATF..............the pump shotgun Remington 20 gauge with #4 Buckshot.....

Now go to the range and shoot one today.........now remember.....put your thumb in front of your eye to help you aim............and keep the butt of the gun loose in the shoulder........should work out well for you.
I disagree, semi-auto 20 gauge with #4 shot.
I could hold one in each hand. What do they hold? 6-7?
I never looked at any Benelli's. Mossberg, couple others..Remington.. yes.
Benelli is 12g
Oh, is it now? The Benelli M4 may be, but this gun is not, and I would cut it.
Yeah, only around $1700
Yeah..I'll get me a coach gun, 1st

Stoeger Coach Gun.



Then there's the Cimmaron with external hammers. If you can find one.



Of course good luck finding either these days........
I prefer the pump since it stands a better chance of scaring the intruder off without having to shoot them

but otherwise the side-by-side is still a great choice since is so simple to operate in times of great stress
 

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Again...............WTF ........we already had this discussion Mr. ATF..............the pump shotgun Remington 20 gauge with #4 Buckshot.....

Now go to the range and shoot one today.........now remember.....put your thumb in front of your eye to help you aim............and keep the butt of the gun loose in the shoulder........should work out well for you.
I disagree, semi-auto 20 gauge with #4 shot.
I could hold one in each hand. What do they hold? 6-7?
I never looked at any Benelli's. Mossberg, couple others..Remington.. yes.
Benelli is 12g
Oh, is it now? The Benelli M4 may be, but this gun is not, and I would cut it.
Yeah, only around $1700
Yeah..I'll get me a coach gun, 1st


The Benelli M4 is good if you do cop stuff in my opinion, but I to would just get the remington, or just go pawn shopping. I can think of any brand of shot gun I can't order next shit for and bolt on any given gun. The Benelli is just to expensive.
 

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Again...............WTF ........we already had this discussion Mr. ATF..............the pump shotgun Remington 20 gauge with #4 Buckshot.....

Now go to the range and shoot one today.........now remember.....put your thumb in front of your eye to help you aim............and keep the butt of the gun loose in the shoulder........should work out well for you.
I disagree, semi-auto 20 gauge with #4 shot.
I could hold one in each hand. What do they hold? 6-7?
I never looked at any Benelli's. Mossberg, couple others..Remington.. yes.
Benelli is 12g
Oh, is it now? The Benelli M4 may be, but this gun is not, and I would cut it.
Yeah, only around $1700
Yeah..I'll get me a coach gun, 1st

Stoeger Coach Gun.



Then there's the Cimmaron with external hammers. If you can find one.



Of course good luck finding either these days........
I prefer the pump since it stands a better chance of scaring the intruder off without having to shoot them

but otherwise the side-by-side is still a great choice since is so simple to operate in times of great stress
And the view of a side-by-side when it is pointed at you is pretty serious.
 

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And the view of a side-by-side when it is pointed at you is pretty serious.
I am not arguing against side-by-side shotguns

but its often dark

and racking the slide on a pump as the same affect as a rattlesnakes rattler
 

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And the view of a side-by-side when it is pointed at you is pretty serious.
I am not arguing against side-by-side shotguns

but its often dark

and racking the slide on a pump as the same affect as a rattlesnakes rattler
That is very true. And the times I have had to go out to see what was bothering the dog, or what was making weird noises (when I lived out in the boonies), racking the slide felt pretty good for me too.
 

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Again...............WTF ........we already had this discussion Mr. ATF..............the pump shotgun Remington 20 gauge with #4 Buckshot.....

Now go to the range and shoot one today.........now remember.....put your thumb in front of your eye to help you aim............and keep the butt of the gun loose in the shoulder........should work out well for you.
I disagree, semi-auto 20 gauge with #4 shot.
I could hold one in each hand. What do they hold? 6-7?
I never looked at any Benelli's. Mossberg, couple others..Remington.. yes.
Benelli is 12g
Oh, is it now? The Benelli M4 may be, but this gun is not, and I would cut it.
Yeah, only around $1700
Yeah..I'll get me a coach gun, 1st

Stoeger Coach Gun.



Then there's the Cimmaron with external hammers. If you can find one.



Of course good luck finding either these days........
I prefer the pump since it stands a better chance of scaring the intruder off without having to shoot them

but otherwise the side-by-side is still a great choice since is so simple to operate in times of great stress
And the view of a side-by-side when it is pointed at you is pretty serious.
If you think that is serious looking.........



 
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Again...............WTF ........we already had this discussion Mr. ATF..............the pump shotgun Remington 20 gauge with #4 Buckshot.....

Now go to the range and shoot one today.........now remember.....put your thumb in front of your eye to help you aim............and keep the butt of the gun loose in the shoulder........should work out well for you.
I disagree, semi-auto 20 gauge with #4 shot.
I could hold one in each hand. What do they hold? 6-7?
I never looked at any Benelli's. Mossberg, couple others..Remington.. yes.
Benelli is 12g
Oh, is it now? The Benelli M4 may be, but this gun is not, and I would cut it.
Yeah, only around $1700
Yeah..I'll get me a coach gun, 1st

Stoeger Coach Gun.



Then there's the Cimmaron with external hammers. If you can find one.



Of course good luck finding either these days........
I prefer the pump since it stands a better chance of scaring the intruder off without having to shoot them

but otherwise the side-by-side is still a great choice since is so simple to operate in times of great stress
And the view of a side-by-side when it is pointed at you is pretty serious.
If you think that is serious looking.........



Break action shotguns are the simplest and most foolproof of all the BLM/ANTIFA adjustment tools on the market

even that white lady in St Lewis could use one
 

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Again...............WTF ........we already had this discussion Mr. ATF..............the pump shotgun Remington 20 gauge with #4 Buckshot.....

Now go to the range and shoot one today.........now remember.....put your thumb in front of your eye to help you aim............and keep the butt of the gun loose in the shoulder........should work out well for you.
I disagree, semi-auto 20 gauge with #4 shot.
I could hold one in each hand. What do they hold? 6-7?
I never looked at any Benelli's. Mossberg, couple others..Remington.. yes.
Benelli is 12g
Oh, is it now? The Benelli M4 may be, but this gun is not, and I would cut it.
Yeah, only around $1700
Yeah..I'll get me a coach gun, 1st

Stoeger Coach Gun.



Then there's the Cimmaron with external hammers. If you can find one.



Of course good luck finding either these days........
I prefer the pump since it stands a better chance of scaring the intruder off without having to shoot them

but otherwise the side-by-side is still a great choice since is so simple to operate in times of great stress
Waiting until you are being attacked to load your gun is a bad tactical move in most cases.
 

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Waiting until you are being attacked to load your gun is a bad tactical move in most cases.
I dont store a pump with a round in the chamber

and it only take a second to rack the action

but I am just speaking for myself

others are free to differ
 

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