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  1. The Cable Guy

    The Cable Guy New Member

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    Remington 870 to be picked up this friday.

    Just placed order for Knoxx Stock, and 6rd MesaTactical Sidesaddle.

    Next, I still need to get a SF Forend. FFFFFFUUUUUUU WALLET HURTS.
     
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    mesa saddle ftw

    sf forend ftw

    knoxx stock ftmeh

    overall a good decision :o
     
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    I liked it on my Mossberg, but hated the safety and slide lock release placement.
     
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    At least you're not too stoopid to figure that out. :o
     
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    get a regular speedfeed stock and add a limbsaver recoil pad.
     
  6. Ford4Life

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    If your 870 has the new style forearm, it won't work with the Mesa, it's to long. Know your looking at the surefire, but just sayin', you won't be able to install the Mesa until you lose the factory forearm.
     
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    I know, but thanks for the reminder.

    Yar, I do like full stocks, but this is my tacticool shotgun.

    adjustable LOP for range fun as well, as I invite a lot of girls to shoot with me. This helps :)
     
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    Yeah you can just take a hacksaw to it and then clean it up with a dremel/file/sandpaper. Wack off the one side that interfers with the side saddle. I'm actually wanting to hack off part of my surefire pump so I can run a 8 shot saddle. I'm going to do mine with a mill though so it's clean.
     
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    Fuck me in the ass, already placed the order, and brownells already shipped it.
     

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