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WTB shotgun

wondering if anyone is trying to sell a shotgun. not looking for anything fancy just something that works. i'm 25 and have my FOID so it will be completely legal. pm with pics and prices. thx in advance.

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needs and uses?
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needs and uses?
impossible to answer based on the info you provided
price range?
mostly just something for home defense and shooting at a range. dont know very much about shotguns or guns in general so i'm not really sure what i want. nothing more than a couple hundred bucks for sure. would rather buy from someone directly than pay markup on something used from a gun shop.

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shoot at the range meaning clays or slugs?

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Mossberg 500 Persuader
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Great for home defense and you can always buy another barrel for $100 to shoot clays at a distance.

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a couple hundo? used for sure.

try to get a remm 870 or mossberg 500



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a couple hundo? used for sure.

try to get a remm 870 or mossberg 500
def looking for used. thats why i asked if any members had anything for sale.


can either of those be used for hunting as well if i ever want to try that out?? i've always wanted to hunt but never had anyone to go with.

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def looking for used. thats why i asked if any members had anything for sale.
another thing to take into consideration.

used = who the fuck knows if anything is wrong with it, or worn down enough to go bad soon which = your ass if your gonna use it to protect yourself.

which means, buy new or know how to gunsmith, or have it checked out and make repairs if needed.

trigger sear, reset,pins,pump rails, etc.



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Another +1 on the Mossberg 500 series or Remington 870s. I have a Mossy 590 myself. Both are rock solid scatterguns, have gobs and gobs of aftermarket parts and accessories, and can be purchased new and stock for only a few hundred $$$.
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Another +1 on the Mossberg 500 series or Remington 870s. I have a Mossy 590 myself. Both are rock solid scatterguns, have gobs and gobs of aftermarket parts and accessories, and can be purchased new and stock for only a few hundred $$$.
for a pump, the 590da is a proven work horse and almost can not be fucked up enough even caked in mud and in the breech.


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The Rem 870 and Mossy 500 are both cheap enough that it's not worth being cheap and buying used if at all possible.

If you can't swing $350, you probably shouldn't be shooting. If you can't swing $350, you probably can't afford a safety class or proper training with the piece and will arguably become more of a threat to yourself and family with the firearm than without.

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def looking for used. thats why i asked if any members had anything for sale.


can either of those be used for hunting as well if i ever want to try that out?? i've always wanted to hunt but never had anyone to go with.
hunt for what? Big game, small game, fowl or upland?

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This is my bedside protection....<$350 from Mega.
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better yet, skip the gun, learn some ninja skills.

nothing screams i kicked your ass and killed you silently in the night while you tried to kill or hurt me or my family as sticking a trocar in there carotid artery and you hold there mouth shut from behind.

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shove it in and up the nasal passage to his brain and scramble and watch the fucker walk in circles for a few minutes as he stumbles and walks into the wall like a retard.

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I picked up Mossberg 535 Deer Field Combo for $279, Remington is a little prettier, but also costs at least $100 more. The combo makes it very versatile, if you go the cheaper way with one barrel, then you need to decide if you want the short or long barrel.

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I prefer a Magnum for bedside protection...
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keeps on firing even when its raining in the house eh???

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keeps on firing even when its raining in the house eh???
When I jump out of the creek and scare the shit out of you...you'll understand.
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Those dimensions are in feet right?....dont need a full body condom kthanks.
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Those dimensions are in feet right?....dont need a full body condom kthanks.
You're not that tall either.

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The Rem 870 and Mossy 500 are both cheap enough that it's not worth being cheap and buying used if at all possible.

If you can't swing $350, you probably shouldn't be shooting. If you can't swing $350, you probably can't afford a safety class or proper training with the piece and will arguably become more of a threat to yourself and family with the firearm than without.
350 doesn't seem bad. i just know that every pistol i like is upwards of 500 so i figured the shotty would be the same brand new. i guess i'll look around at some of the shops out here by me. they have safety classes for guns??? do i really need one?? j/k

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Ohhhhh...you can spend some serious coin on shotguns, but an 870 is all you need.
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Great for home defense and you can always buy another barrel for $100 to shoot clays at a distance.
+100. The aftermarket for these are so large that when the bug bites you can "accessorize".
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if you want something cheap and somewhat reliable look into
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