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Let's see those Riot / Trench / Combat Shotguns!

Discussion in 'Photo Album' started by Johnny, Sep 19, 2012.

  1. ch1966

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    Not vintage but I like it none the less.
    My 870 in it's final configuration.
    3" pattern @ 30 yards with LE1321B to boot!

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  2. Super Dave

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    Thanks! Norinco. Got it from Saltydecimator (great guy). I need to get a pig sticker for it.

    My 9 year old shot it on Friday. When I asked how he liked it, he said, "Great. I like how it kicks!" He was shooting bird shot. It is much heftier than my wife's Norinco made H&R Protector (which we love also). He and she also shot the 5.56 AR for the first time. He fired 3 rounds. She fired the rest in the magazine. He had already shot the 9mm AR before. She kept a tight group for the first time. Maybe 2.5" to 3". She's a killing machine. I took a pic, but that is for another thread. Back to the scatter guns!
     
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    Wished I could put a pic up from my iPhone :(
     
  4. Super Dave

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    Got a photobucket account? It's easy. Follow the directions here: HOW TO POST PICTURES
     
  5. AKguy1985

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    870 mk1???
     
  6. Zombie

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    ATI Gunstocks

    I have their Zombie Stalker version w/ their heat shield
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    They do look really good.

    looking at the pic info I'm guessing you used the stock kit lens zoomed a little bit?

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  8. coolhandluke

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    That is correct. I just used the stock Nikkor 18-55mm lens. No external lighting set up...just the SB 600 flash. Vignette effect was used when editing the photos.

    As soon as I have some time, I plan to build a light box that is large enough to photograph long guns in. It should work much better than the kitchen table with a table cloth as the backdrop.
     
  9. Super Dave

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    Zombie, I can't quite put my finger on it, but there's something about that gun that fits you.

    ch1966, totally blitchin' 870!
     
  10. ch1966

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    Not quite. Not even close.
    It's an Express Tactical that's been parked by Honeybee, plastic swapped for wood, rebarreled with a 18.5" tritium rifle sighted fixed mod barrel, accessorized with a Mesa Tactical barrel clamp and a J&S Hardware bayo mount.


    Thanks Super Dave. That winny is awesome!
     

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