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Thread: Maverick HS-12 O'U "Tactical"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyohte View Post
    Mossberg just keeps digging....
    I hate that I love my 590A1SPX. If they didn't make that, the Chainsaw, etc, would make me never buy one.

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    Our store has a couple. Silly for sure, but it gets worse.. most don't realize that it wont fire if its pointed downward, towards the floor for example. It has a bizarre safety system, for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldGreg View Post
    Our store has a couple. Silly for sure, but it gets worse.. most don't realize that it wont fire if its pointed downward, towards the floor for example. It has a bizarre safety system, for sure.
    Wait, what?

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    I look at that shotgun and can only think how pimps back in the 60's would have liked it.



    Won't fire pointed down! rules it out for snake country.
    Last edited by Ramcharger413; 05-25-11 at 19:18.

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    I have thought about getting the Stoger Double Defense or the like strictly as a under the seat truck gun, especially if it breaks down due to compactability. If it gets stolen or damaged I woundn't be out my 590 or 870.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moose-Knuckle View Post
    I have thought about getting the Stoger Double Defense or the like strictly as a under the seat truck gun, especially if it breaks down due to compactability. If it gets stolen or damaged I woundn't be out my 590 or 870.
    A Mossberg 500 is cheaper

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    Quote Originally Posted by t42beal13t View Post
    A Mossberg 500 is cheaper
    And cannot break down to conceal beneath my compact truck's seats.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moose-Knuckle View Post
    And cannot break down to conceal beneath my compact truck's seats.
    Touche. Even though I did once have one with an overfolding stock that was really compact (don't judge, I was young and stupid).

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    Its LOP appears a bit too long, but I can see it as a viable home defense weapon, certainly not a "tactical".

    Put a decent white light on it, load it appropriately and it would suffice for most homeowners.

    It could also serve double duty as a hunting shotgun in extreme close cover.

    The screw-in chokes could make for some interesting combos, too.
    Last edited by Dan Goodwin; 05-26-11 at 19:50.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Goodwin View Post
    I can see it as a viable home defense weapon, certainly not a "tactical".

    Put a decent white light on it, load it appropriately and it would suffice for most homeowners.
    sure it could work for that, but why? a pump-action is cheaper and holds more shells and most have a ton of aftermarket support so getting the right stock or mounting optics or a light are no trouble.
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