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marinecote/marine magnum/nickeled/stainless shotguns
« on: October 25, 2008, 04:28:47 PM »
Anyone have a weather resistant finished shotgun?  Ther concept seems sound and I think they can look nice.

I have a Remington 870 marine magnum with a Choate top folding stock, $300 in 2007. 

I think the Mossberg 590 in marinecote looks nice as well. 

The Winchester versions can be SHINY!  And the ones with the wood stock seem to defat the purpose somewhat and the ones with the black finished receiver look kind of funny.  I stupidly missed a Win 1200 or 1300 in the nickel finish for $200 in 2000 though I got the standard version for $169 NIB in 2001.

Orange PD has folding stock Remington marine magnums on the motorcycle units. 

The Ruger Red Lable in the all weather version seems neat.  I also have a Stoeger coach gun in 20ga with a nickel finish. 

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« Reply #1 on: December 01, 2015, 03:15:37 AM »
At first I was like "why would you put a wood stock on a sweet tactical shotgun like that?" then I scrolled down and was blown away.

That looks totally amazing

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