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Got my new toy today.

Remington 870 12 gauge, syth stock all black.




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congrats! now stick a weapon light on it if your EVER gonna use it for home defense.



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congrats! now stick a weapon light on it if your EVER gonna use it for home defense.
Thats a good idea. I might just do that.




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let me know i can find you shit for cheap the cheap way, or top notch stuff.

ill be back on tomorrow night.



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Thats exactly what I have....nice choice! Ken, I am defintely interested in a light for mine. The mid price way. What can I get for $50-200?
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let me know i can find you shit for cheap the cheap way, or top notch stuff.

ill be back on tomorrow night.
Ya I would like a light for it, but it has to be easily removable. I dont think I'd want it on there when hunting. I did buy the shell holder for the side like you have on your moss, I shold have that in a day or so.




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Thats exactly what I have....nice choice!

Oh shit the moon is turning to blood, Kruz and I completely agree on something




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excellent choice Tony!

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Very nice weapon and no worries its licensed with 2 governing entities for duty.

Oh yeah and registered i guess you would say

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Nice Kelly, that first one is exactly what I gave.




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Holy shit!!! what the hell is that last one




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Do you likey??

LOL, hell ya, I dont even know exactly what it is but I sure as hell wanna put a few rounds threw it.




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We've all got the EXACT 870.....how cute.
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ok i dont have links YET, because the wife is fucken driving me nuts with her family in town this week not to mention work.

let me tell you what to do searches on and from there atleast you guys got the very best starting points and the ups and downs of each systems, out there, ive seen them all and tried them all so IF you want my honest opinion, then ask.

streamlight has a couple options, they make a front forend with a light built into it and on the side has a pressure and or on and off bottons, water proof and shock proof.

the only problem is once you got it on you have to change it out IF you wanted to take if off for hunting, but honestly, its like its not there, and if your hunting, then you know youll always be in dusk or dawn, or NIGHT hunting, or going or coming from.
white light, somewhat powerfull, and can blind someone very EASY!
but if you wanted to change it back, 10 minutes and your done.



OR there is this POS! clamp on flash light with a remote pressure switch, crappy yellow light and crappy system, BUT if does shine some light and it is CHEAP!, and it does have a remote pressure switch. (i gotta remember where i found that hunk of shit)
BUT hey it works.


then you can mount a rail system, which is a clamping type to your barrel and round chamber and mount any dam thing you want that will slide on a picitinny rail! example (any freaking thing thats kick ass..lol) ill give you the link in a minute for that, what the hell the wife is pissed anyway. its the one i got, and i bought a M3 from stream light along with there COILED REMOTE PRESSURE PAD.

so ill post some links in a minute, and you can search the whole freaking web for the cheapest price, once you know what you want to see who has it the cheapest.



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my wife put a round through the "P" in the word pepsi on a Can at 375 yards on her first ever shot with this and it scared her so bad at how easy it was to do she never shot it again. I told her its not the shot its the setting up for the shot that is the hard part

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this is one of the best rail systems to mount anything
http://www.sidearmor.com/cart/custom...2&cat=8&page=1

this is there newer version of what i got, same price, and make sure you get the short both rails with your selection.




the M3 from streamlights in which you can mount to anything with a adapters they make for all kind of differant weapons,
http://store.yahoo.com/streamlight-flashlights/m-3.html


this is the built in weapon light, i almost like this one cause it is for the simpleton, meaning its easy, and you dont have to fuck with nothing to much, just install and go, if all you want is a weapon light.
http://www.copsplus.com/prodnum2333.php


and then the junker, and this should also include the crude clamp to hold the light to the shotgun
http://www.gunaccessories.com/Tactic...temWLS2000.asp




in my honest opinion, of your just gonna mount a light and call it a night, for for the forend grip with surfire light built into it.

you want to waste money on a crappy light system, that last item, or the rail system, and mount anything you want to it, that will mount to a picitinny/weaver base rings even.
i got my m3 slided on it, with the coil switch, ill include a pic after this post, so you can see what i am talking about.



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here is mine with the older stlye/law enforcement moutning system, with this i can mount as many rails i want or in any location i want around the bore.
etc...

just to give you an idea, of ways to do things, i hope i helped you guys out and gave you what there is almost all the info mounting a weapon light to a shotgun, there isnt many but HARD to find them all.

and sorry for the grammer fuck ups, i am in a rush, and getting attitude over here



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here is mine with the older stlye/law enforcement moutning system, with this i can mount as many rails i want or in any location i want around the bore.
etc...

just to give you an idea, of ways to do things, i hope i helped you guys out and gave you what there is almost all the info mounting a weapon light to a shotgun, there isnt many but HARD to find them all.

and sorry for the grammer fuck ups, i am in a rush, and getting attitude over here

Damn dude, that does look slick. Thanks for all the info. You da man




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Thanks Ken. i definitly say the same to you. Next time if we go shooting i will bring a lot of my toys to play with.

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So Ken....a couple ?s for ya.

1. How exactly do you mount the rails?
2. How easy is it to take off the forearm if I went w/ the Surefire?
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...am I the only one who will be extremely nervous riding with you guys in the future...I've never known any one (or persons) with so much arsenal If I ever see a red dot on me out there I'm gone...

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