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I'm building a tactical/survival shotgun and would like some advise

 
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I'm building a tactical/survival shotgun and would like some advise
I want to build a "tactical" shotgun and found that there are so many options out there it'll make your head spin. I would like to buy a basic gun and build what i want it to be with accessories like a flashlight, folding/collapsible stock, extra shell holder and maybe some sort of optic. Any ideas?
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Re: I'm building a tactical/survival shotgun and would like some advise
Remington 870P is a good platform to look at.
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Re: I'm building a tactical/survival shotgun and would like some advise
get the mossberg 500 cruiser model (pistol grip) with extended mag tube.

put forend grip on slide.

get 6 position recoil reducing stock.

maybe throw on a tac lite.

that's all you need.
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Re: I'm building a tactical/survival shotgun and would like some advise
Just remember not to point the part with the hole in it at you when you fire. Otherwise, you'll be OK.
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Re: I'm building a tactical/survival shotgun and would like some advise
oh yeah, get a nice red dot site too.
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Re: I'm building a tactical/survival shotgun and would like some advise
Remington 870P is a good platform to look at.
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Some tactical accessories reviewed here:

[link to www.militarymorons.com]
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Re: I'm building a tactical/survival shotgun and would like some advise
Folding stock is absolutely necessary. You don't want to run through a doorway with a long gun.
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Re: I'm building a tactical/survival shotgun and would like some advise
Remington 870P is a good platform to look at.


Some tactical accessories reviewed here:

[link to www.militarymorons.com]
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Thanks for the link.
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Re: I'm building a tactical/survival shotgun and would like some advise
get the mossberg 500 cruiser model (pistol grip) with extended mag tube.

put forend grip on slide.

get 6 position recoil reducing stock.

maybe throw on a tac lite.

that's all you need.
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I've noticed the Mossbergs are a little cheaper than the 870's but they have aluminum receivers as opposed to steel on the Remingtons. They would probably be lighter but at the expense of durability.

Any thoughts on an automatic as opposed to a pump?
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Re: I'm building a tactical/survival shotgun and would like some advise
I want to build a "tactical" shotgun and found that there are so many options out there it'll make your head spin. I would like to buy a basic gun and build what i want it to be with accessories like a flashlight, folding/collapsible stock, extra shell holder and maybe some sort of optic. Any ideas?
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Benelli M4 here.... love it.
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Re: I'm building a tactical/survival shotgun and would like some advise
do you know the difference between advise and advice ?
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Re: I'm building a tactical/survival shotgun and would like some advise
a hacksaw should help hf
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Re: I'm building a tactical/survival shotgun and would like some advise
I want to build a "tactical" shotgun and found that there are so many options out there it'll make your head spin. I would like to buy a basic gun and build what i want it to be with accessories like a flashlight, folding/collapsible stock, extra shell holder and maybe some sort of optic. Any ideas?
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My best advice for you is to go to wickedlasers.com and buy the arctic3 laser it has a lens you change that makes the beam super wide and high so it can stun or blind your attacker depending on 10% power or 100%. they cannot look at you while you point your shotgun at you. They can't even look at the ground because that's too bright to lookat!!! It comes with glasses that block out blue light so your invulnerable to it's effects.

I cannot emphasize enough getting this. It is most amazing thing I ever bought. You can also get a 4,500 lumen flashlight from them that's more than 10x brighter than police flashlights
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Re: I'm building a tactical/survival shotgun and would like some advise
It has 2 lens changes one makes beam blind / stun a few people cuz other wider lens can disperse whole rioting crowds. It's literally so bright looking at the beam on the ground or hitting a wall can blind you if you keep looking at it. So natural instinct forces you to turn around because looking away and down doesn't work because beam hitting ground too bright to look at
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Re: I'm building a tactical/survival shotgun and would like some advise
You don't want all that crap on it. A plain 18.5" barrel and maybe a set of ghost ring sights is all you need. Go to a tactical shotgun class, watch all the noobs show up on day one with lights and lasers and foregrips and shell holders on their guns that weigh 15 lbs when fully loaded, and they can barely hold them up at high ready for a few minutes before their arms start to shake. By day 2 or 3, they strip 'em down to the basics like the old pros run theirs.
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Re: I'm building a tactical/survival shotgun and would like some advise
This is the one you been looking for!

[link to www.securityarms.com]
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Re: I'm building a tactical/survival shotgun and would like some advise
I want to build a "tactical" shotgun and found that there are so many options out there it'll make your head spin. I would like to buy a basic gun and build what i want it to be with accessories like a flashlight, folding/collapsible stock, extra shell holder and maybe some sort of optic. Any ideas?


Benelli M4 here.... love it.
 Quoting: FloridaCaveDiver


If you have 1500 to spend on the gun and the accessories he wants hell yeah M4 is the best out there. If on a budget get a saiga-12 for 500$, 20 rd drum 100$, collapsable stock 100$, and forget about optics with your shotgun buddy. maybe a tactical light on it but thats all youll need on a shotgun
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Re: I'm building a tactical/survival shotgun and would like some advise
[link to www.gunbroker.com]

start here
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Re: I'm building a tactical/survival shotgun and would like some advise
i have a rem. 870. you can get different barrels that easily change out, i have a duck/goose barrel, and a slug/deer hunter short barrel with a rifle type sight, perfect for defence. of course, an extended magazine is mandetory, and #4 buck is good ammo.
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Re: I'm building a tactical/survival shotgun and would like some advise
You don't want all that crap on it. A plain 18.5" barrel and maybe a set of ghost ring sights is all you need. Go to a tactical shotgun class, watch all the noobs show up on day one with lights and lasers and foregrips and shell holders on their guns that weigh 15 lbs when fully loaded, and they can barely hold them up at high ready for a few minutes before their arms start to shake. By day 2 or 3, they strip 'em down to the basics like the old pros run theirs.
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Sounds like someone that's been in a bush or two gettin' their butt shot at. Thank you for your service.
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Re: I'm building a tactical/survival shotgun and would like some advise
Of course, every system comes down to the operator and the operation. If the need were to arise, I would rather be a good shot with a decent system that a poor shot with an awesome system.

A shotgun is typically considered am urbnan defensive CQB platform. I would most folks would be using it as a home defense platform. Having accesories such as a light, tube extension and/or ammo holder makes it a nice grab and go system for many situations.

If someone is going to training, he/she will most likely configure the system for that training (i.e. daytime shoots would not require lighting, X shot drills will not necessarily require ammo extensions, etc..)

If someone in the bush and being shot at, I would much prefer a different platform than a shotgun. I would not want someone getting that close to rely of the effective range of a shotgun.
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Re: I'm building a tactical/survival shotgun and would like some advise
Folding stock is absolutely necessary. You don't want to run through a doorway with a long gun.
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I hate it when that happens chuckle
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I'm sry but if you think my laser mounted on a shotgun isn't godly for home defense you have no clue as to what this looks like. I'll own your blind ass while you think aliens are shooting at you
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It's more like a flashlight then a laser with the correct lense on it. Picture a blue flashlight so bright if you look at it longer than 1 sec your permanately blind. And i'm not overstating this. It really will blind you very quickly. But instinct will prevent blindness and give you upper hand instantly
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Re: I'm building a tactical/survival shotgun and would like some advise
I would advise you to spell it correctly. You are looking for advice.
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Re: I'm building a tactical/survival shotgun and would like some advise
Folding stock is absolutely necessary. You don't want to run through a doorway with a long gun.

I hate it when that happens chuckle
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So that's really a big problem with you shotgun types?
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Re: I'm building a tactical/survival shotgun and would like some advise
Saiga 12

Gotta love that Kalashnikov receiver!

Do the mod on the trigger group, pistol grip stock, throw on a muzzle break, get some additional mags, maybe a new coating, a surefire light, and maybe a foregrip.

That'll take ya a while if you dont just go get a pre-modded or Tromix model.

When complete, lookout, its mean, and zombies stand no chance.
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Re: I'm building a tactical/survival shotgun and would like some advise
Or go simple, get a Stoeger Tactical side by side (tactical = black synth. stock & rail on top of receiver).
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It's more like a flashlight then a laser with the correct lense on it. Picture a blue flashlight so bright if you look at it longer than 1 sec your permanately blind. And i'm not overstating this. It really will blind you very quickly. But instinct will prevent blindness and give you upper hand instantly
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Re: I'm building a tactical/survival shotgun and would like some advise
i own a maverick 88 6 shot 18.5 inch barrel. it came with a heat sheild i leave on, the only aftermarket pieces i have for it are the front sight bead (bright green) and the tactical solid stock with pistol grip. There is a difference between tactical and tacticool, i would maybe add a flashlight but that would be it. Get a good solid stock with a pistol grip, on a mossy or a rem. they are both sturdy reliable shotguns you can get for under 400 bucks.
my maverick eats anything i feed it. but usually the souless sound of a shotgun being racked is enough to make an intruder think twice.
good luck, just dont over do your accessories.

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