MARFCOM Freedom Forum (We won't call you at work...)
What was your first shotgun? - Printable Version

+- MARFCOM Freedom Forum (We won't call you at work...) (http://m4ar15.com)
+-- Forum: Guns and Ammo (http://m4ar15.com/forumdisplay.php?fid=19)
+--- Forum: Shotguns (http://m4ar15.com/forumdisplay.php?fid=23)
+--- Thread: What was your first shotgun? (/showthread.php?tid=288)



What was your first shotgun? - nationwide - 04-09-2015

My first long gun was a Maverick 88.

It was a knock of of the Mossberg 500.  I bougt it in 1990... I'm not even sure Mossberg owned Maverck at that time!

It had a 26" Modified choke barrel and it came with a pistol grip stock too.


RE: What was your first shotgun? - tier1bro - 04-09-2015

nef single shot 12 gauge


RE: What was your first shotgun? - SNAFU - 04-09-2015

(04-09-2015, 10:21 AM)tier1bro Wrote: nef single shot 12 gauge

Same here.

Kicked like a son of a bitch, i used to hold 3 shells in my knuckles and try to speed load.


RE: What was your first shotgun? - A J - 04-10-2015

Remington 870 12 gauge with a 28" barrel. I still have the receiver, but it's rigged up all tacticool for my wife with a short barrel and folding stock.


RE: What was your first shotgun? - Jagermeister - 04-10-2015

Winchester 1897 16ga. made in 1908, still have it


RE: What was your first shotgun? - Doug_262 - 04-12-2015

Saiga 12


RE: What was your first shotgun? - Gonoles - 04-16-2015

Mossberg 500 20ga.


RE: What was your first shotgun? - Buddy Van Doodle - 04-16-2015

11-87 12ga.

Have 40,000+ rounds through it and still have the factory O-rings. Dodgy Not smart. However, nostalgic.


RE: What was your first shotgun? - Lane pipe - 05-30-2015

mossberg 500


RE: What was your first shotgun? - Gruppenfuhrer - 07-13-2015

An H&R single shot 20ga. in 1973. I got it for my 7th birthday.


RE: What was your first shotgun? - DanTSX - 07-13-2015

Shitty 870 in 20ga


RE: What was your first shotgun? - Mak90nCheese - 07-15-2015

Mossberg 500


RE: What was your first shotgun? - DanTSX - 07-17-2015

Going to be buying a fancy pants beretta by end of year Smile


RE: What was your first shotgun? - SNAFU - 07-18-2015

Get a Benneli M2.


RE: What was your first shotgun? - DanTSX - 07-20-2015

(07-18-2015, 07:22 AM)SNAFU Wrote: Get a Benneli M2.

What the fuck? Confused


It's for shooting sporting clays. You don't use an M2 for that.


RE: What was your first shotgun? - ArRunner5.56 - 01-19-2017

My first was a Remington single shot 410 when I was 6. Then I got my dad's 20 ga but traded it in for a 12 gauge youth Wingmaster when I was 10. Don't have them anymore but at 21 got me a Mossberg 500A old police model, had it for a bit then sold it went back to Remington with at 870 Tactical then sold it got another 500 sold it ended up with a new Maverick 88 SP 8+1 capacity. I like it still have my eyes set on the Military version 590A1 Talo. Maybe someday.


RE: What was your first shotgun? - filthy phil - 01-19-2017

Win 1400 semi jammomatic


RE: What was your first shotgun? - ArRunner5.56 - 01-27-2017

My first shotty was a Remington single shot 410
Then I got a 870 20 gauge, traded that for a 870 12 gauge 
sold that got a Used police special Mossberg 500 
sold it & got a Remington 870 Tactical 
Sold that one got another 500 SP 
Sold that one for a bill, then a yr later purchased a Maverick 88 which I still have, it's the SP 8+1 has even a heat shield. Got a ATI Akita butt stock. Really would like to change out the Handguard but cannot find the correct replacement length of the action bars on either a 500 or 590's action slide assembly.


RE: What was your first shotgun? - M4ar15.com - 02-02-2017

Mine was a mossberg "chainsaw" 12 Guage.


RE: What was your first shotgun? - Nick Gerz - 02-02-2017

(02-02-2017, 01:50 AM)M4ar15.com Wrote: Mine was a mossberg "chainsaw" 12 Guage.

Seriously?


RE: What was your first shotgun? - Garandnimal - 02-02-2017

I bought one of those 870 knock offs the Chinese use for their police guns. It's built like a tank and just as heavy. Been dead nuts reliable thou. I like the ghost ring sights, pretty accurate with slugs. It's a smooth bore but those slugs with the rifling can group pretty well.

[attachment=2183]