Mossberg 500 on the left. My first shotgun and duck killer. Remington 1100 on the right. Just picked it up from a guy yesterday who used it for trap, it is in excellent condition. Will be my upland gun.
I also picked these up from a store closing and although they are Escorts they feel very well built, pull up and fit great and my old SBE chokes screw right in.
This one is just a project I picked up Sat, it is an old 1400 20ga that had a broken feed throat. I shortened the barrel to 22" and ordered the feed throat so I can put it back together. will make a nice smooth bore slug gun I hope.
"A free people ought to be armed" George Washington 1790
‘For those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety, deserve neither Liberty nor safety.’ —Ben Franklin.”
Top- Remington 887 Nitro Mag Middle- Mossberg 500 20ga Bottom- Ithaca M37 mod barrel and rifled Deerslayer barrel
Love the 887 and despite what I've heard I have never had an issue with it after 1k+ shells and various conditions. The Mossberg was my first shotgun and a gift from my now passed grandfather. It visits the skeet range and that's about it. The Ithaca was a trade and I have to say I'm quite fond of it as well. On my wish list are: Nova 12ga 870 Slug 12ga 1100 12ga 500 12ga
Tried to post pics but the file is always too big. Until I figure it out my scatter guns are: Winchester 120 youth 20ga pump Benelli M2 20ga 24" Winchester 1300 Black Shadow 28" 870 Super Mag 26" Beretta AL 391 Urika 26" Benelli Super Vinci 26" Max-4
Here's a shot of my Browning's that are my main duck guns and my wife's Beretta that she duck hunts with. Luckily she drags me out to shoot skeet every week or so. Hadn't got a pic of the rest of our shotguns
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