Shotgun under rifle

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Re: Shotgun under rifle

Post by Fender Ketchup » Wed Oct 15, 2008 3:53 am

Whirlibird wrote: I seem to recall a Remington 870 advert in a LE magazine recently that had a package 870 with a conventional riot length barrel, a 10.5(?)" barrel and IIRC a Pachmayr pistol grip. As well as a conventional stock and other accessories in the hard case.
Ah, the 870 Modular Combat Shotgun kit. It comes/came with the Pachmayr pistol grip, a pistol grip stock, 10", 14" and 18.5" barrels, tube extenders to match the barrels, and a bracket for underslinging it on an AR/M4.

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Re: Shotgun under rifle

Post by Jered » Tue Oct 21, 2008 5:28 am

They do make buckshot rounds for the 203.
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Re: Shotgun under rifle

Post by Whirlibird » Tue Oct 21, 2008 7:52 am

Jered wrote:They do make buckshot rounds for the 203.
Military, Police and Destructive device holders only. M-203 = 40mm

37mm for everyone else. Gas, bean bag, practice and flare rounds are the most "common".

And the 203 stinks to lug around compared to the old M-79.

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Re: Shotgun under rifle

Post by Jered » Fri Oct 24, 2008 4:09 am

Whirlibird wrote:
Jered wrote:They do make buckshot rounds for the 203.
Military, Police and Destructive device holders only. M-203 = 40mm

37mm for everyone else. Gas, bean bag, practice and flare rounds are the most "common".

And the 203 stinks to lug around compared to the old M-79.
It would be one hell of an under barrel shotgun, though.
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