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Old 12-28-2010, 9:40 AM
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let's see your kickass shotguns. wood only please. if it's got wood then it's good.

when i get my forend restained i'll post a pic. until then post up, team!
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Old 12-28-2010, 7:33 PM
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okay I'll play!



Winchester Model 1897 .12 ga take down



REMINGTON 870 MAGNUM .12 ga with S&W Model 29 MOUNTAIN GUN .44 MAG



BENELLI 121 M1 .12 ga with KIMBER/Clackamas CLASSIC MODEL CUSTOM 45 ACP .45 ACP



REMINGTON 870 WINGMASTER "MAGNUM" .12 ga
***The lower .12 ga is my REMINGTON 870/Slug Gun***

Oh yea! She likes my "BOOM" stick

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Old 12-28-2010, 7:35 PM
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Here is a decent piece of wood

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Old 12-28-2010, 7:58 PM
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High Standard Flight King Deluxe pump from ~1967 cut down to 18.5" for HD

Stoeger Condor Competition O/U for fun with clay birds

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Just got goodies from midway yesterday. Good timing!

870 Express, 18.5" I/C Fixed choke, Wilson +2, Wing-Master Stock set.


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Winchester Model 1897 .12 ga take down
wow where did you get the handle? i want one.
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Old 01-20-2011, 10:18 PM
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wow where did you get the handle? i want one.


Hello wu_dot_com,well I took some cardboard,layed out the outline of my stock then just started drawing curves.Decided on this design and took out the SAW and SANDEDR 45 min later I had what you see on my Winchester.Fits snug like a bug in a rug

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both of these are full of win. good job guys!
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Remington "auto loading shotgun" Pre-model 11, pre-browning auto-5. Made in 1910.
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Still waiting on funds for a 18.5 barrel but my wood is done.




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Wow that looks great!

What kind of stock did you start out with? Can you post a picture of the mounting hole for the pistol grip?
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Remington "auto loading shotgun" Pre-model 11, pre-browning auto-5. Made in 1910.
I have one of those, longer barrel though. Guess I'll have to take some pics when I get home.
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Here ya go, My shotguns with wood furniture from top to bottom,
Winchester model'87 made in 1893 12 gauge
Ted Williams Sears and Roebuck 20 gauge
Mossberg 500 12 gauge
Remington Auto loader model 11 12gauge
Rossi coach gun 12 gauge

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Here ya go, My shotguns with wood furniture from top to bottom,
Winchester model'87 made in 1893 12 gauge
Ted Williams Sears and Roebuck 20 gauge
Mossberg 500 12 gauge
Remington Auto loader model 11 12gauge
Rossi coach gun 12 gauge

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I love that Winchester I almost had one but my uncle sold it!!!
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My wife's Grandfather gave it to me, he got it from his Father-in-law who got it from his Uncle, who bought it new. It has history.
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as it sits now:

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coyotebait, your Model 11 is much nicer then mine, I just finished rebluing it so now it is a "3 foot" gun (looks good from 3 feet away) instead if a "10 foot" gun, but for $75 bucks what can I expect? lol. As soon as it is sunny out again I will get some new pics.
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coyotebait, your Model 11 is much nicer then mine, I just finished rebluing it so now it is a "3 foot" gun (looks good from 3 feet away) instead if a "10 foot" gun, but for $75 bucks what can I expect? lol. As soon as it is sunny out again I will get some new pics.
It looks good from here There's certainly no mistaking Browning's influence on them. Yours looks like it has a shorter barrel than mine, how long is it?
They definitely get your attention when shooting them, that "flipping" around they do, not as smooth as a new 1187 but tons of fun and lot's of looks at the range. Me and a buddy both have the lever's (model 87's) we took them to Oak Tree a couple years ago, couldn't hit anything (we load the shells for them light) but boy did we get some looks.
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Wow that looks great!

What kind of stock did you start out with? Can you post a picture of the mounting hole for the pistol grip?
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Started with the plain 870 furniture to mount it I used the same hoLe already in the stock just bought a smaller bolt and recessed the hole with my dremmel ill post a pic when I'm home. I may try to figure a way to hide the bolt head but black paint hides it pretty good for now
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Started with the plain 870 furniture to mount it I used the same hoLe already in the stock just bought a smaller bolt and recessed the hole with my dremmel ill post a pic when I'm home. I may try to figure a way to hide the bolt head but black paint hides it pretty good for now
That would be great! I was wondering if you plugged the hole or
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Let me rise this thread up with some wood..

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[QUOTE=BRUNO1911;5519334]okay I'll play!



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Hello wu_dot_com,well I took some cardboard,layed out the outline of my stock then just started drawing curves.Decided on this design and took out the SAW and SANDEDR 45 min later I had what you see on my Winchester.Fits snug like a bug in a rug

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Bruno,
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hey that's pretty nice. what is it? I dig the sights.
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Its a Vang Comp System on a Remington 870 platform..
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I like it, it looks mean
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I started with a plain Mossberg 500. Added stuff. Subtracted stuff. Tried to get all tacticool (top). Then I saw someone's wood furniture and went "old school" (bottom).



Still to do: strip, stain and oil, then add a leather sling.
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Still need a leather sling and to switch out my shotshell holder for a leather one, but its close.
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Mossberg 590 A1 18.5" barrel

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Still need a leather sling and to switch out my shotshell holder for a leather one, but its close.

there are some great examples of Milt Sparks leather shotshell holders out there. i occasionally see them on ebay; not cheap.

i've got a Bruce Nelson Combat Leather belt shotshell holder that is my pride and joy.
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there are some great examples of Milt Sparks leather shotshell holders out there. i occasionally see them on ebay; not cheap.

i've got a Bruce Nelson Combat Leather belt shotshell holder that is my pride and joy.
I just tried searching and your right, those suckers are rare.

Would be nice to find one though....
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from this:


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Please ignore the [CZ] carbine [7.62 X 39].

Next down is a 30th Anniversary Wingmaster wearing a Mossberg-made, blued 870 18.5" security barrel.

Bottom is a similar-vintage S&W Model 3000; it's barrel is 30" w/ an integral full choke.
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