Forty dollar Shotgun





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Published on Dec 28, 2007

This is the shotgun I spent $40 for. I had to detail clean some dusty grime (old oil, I think) from the bolt-parts, to get it to function.

It is a 20 gauge bolt action, made by Mossberg. The magazine holds two shells.

I hope to build a stock for it.

(For what it's worth, it's longer than 28" in its current configuration.)

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Dan Holland
Where's the stock?
Michael Weedmark
Thats not a shotgun...
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where can i get that ? online i mean
Trent Green
+Samuel Kintsley Can't believe you fell for obvious trollbait
Arak Drakoniz
Looks like a Star Wars weapon.
NOPE...that is actually a mossberg/western filed/western/auto bolt action shotgun with a 2 round box magazine...the magazine dimples were the tipoff for me...could be a 195, 395, 172, 170, 173, or any other number they assigned these 12 gauges...assuming it is a 12 gauge
Aaron Bennett
Actually, it looks like a Marlin Model 55 with a modified choke. Spouting off like you know what the hell you're talking about makes you the one who looks stupid.
Robot Game
i think you can but i recomend some sort of stock and some thing to hold you hand on OTHER WORDS use some thing so you feel safe wile using it lol
Ryan Solinsky
Stupid fuck that's just a bolt action shotty without a stock
What type shotgun did you use? Was it smooth bore or rifled? A foster type slug (external rifling on the slug) is good out to 100 yds. that was an exceptional shot at 120yds for a foster slug.
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