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    Beside mossberg 500 20 gauge persuader

    My bedside defense gun.

    Mossberg 500 20 gauge persuader 8 shot 20" barrel.
    Elzetta ZSM light mount
    Energizer 700 lumen aluminum light
    Browncoat tactical 7 round shotgun cards
    Soe gear single point sling
    It also has a 2 point sling that goes with it. It's a quake industries the claw padded sling in mossy oak bottom land.
    Limbsaver air tech pad for the fiance
    Magpul sga stock
    Tacstar aluminum side plate with rubber on the back side and velcro on the front.
    NDZ performance red aluminum follower
    NDZ performance safety in fde cerakote
    Mossberg factory trigger fde cerakote
    Mcarbo spring kit for the trigger. (I've had no issues with these kits and recommend them to everyone.)

    The gun is painted in kg kphos which is a phosphate like parkerizing and then kg gunkoted milspec od green and then baked.

    It was done by xdman in Alabama aka James Nicholas

    The furniture was painted in magpul fde kg gunkote and baked.









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    I like it. There are a few members here that don't like Mossberg pump shotguns due to the difficulty of fixing them when they break down.
    I have 3 of them and have never had a malfunction.

    Here's my favorite of the Mossberg guns I have. It's an 18.5" Marinekote model

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    Ive always wanted a marincote model but I could never find one with ghost rings.

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    tnmandpshooter, as a matter of interest: Why a 20 gauge gun? I should have thought 12 gauge would be the calibre of choice.
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    Very nice bedside companion. I have several mossbergs pumps and all are problem free. I like the 20 GA as my wife ad grandkids can shoot it whereas the 12 is a little on the high power side. Besides, with #4 buckshot the perp will never know the difference.
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    At inside the house distances the 20 gauge is plenty of gun

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonesy814 View Post
    At inside the house distances the 20 gauge is plenty of gun


    Exactly. A 12 gauge will hold another pellet or 2 but the pattern will be identical. Whatever gets shot w/ it won't know the difference & a 20 gauge recoils less if follow up shots are needed.
    "He that hath no sword, let him sell his garment & buy one" Jesus - Luke 22:36

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    Nice shotguns! just a plain ol' 500A for me

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonesy814 View Post
    At inside the house distances the 20 gauge is plenty of gun
    When I got my Mossberg 500, the identical shotguns were priced the same whether it was 12 or 20 gauge. I chose the 12 gauge because the ammo is generally cheaper with better variety and is available everywhere. 12 gauge is the 22LR of the shotgun world.

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    Since the Marine Corps is/was and always ever so reluctant to depose of any thing, the M97 Winchester was still in service during my tenure. When we got the orders to deploy to Viet-Nam, we had several M97 shotguns but no 12Ga ammunition. Thus we improvised obtaining the only available from special services Trap and or Skeet loads. The recipient's of theses never exclaimed "That Didn't Hurt" Later on OO-Buck became available. Fast forward to day (Decades Later) we get by with a mix of double "0" and 1B in a Mossberg 590-12Ga-pump shotgun.
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