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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by Faramir2 View Post
    What's the thought on a side-saddle shell carrier for a car gun? I've got a Mossberg 590, full-stocked 18.5" barrel, that I keep in the backseat, with a six-shell carrier mounted. (Yeah, I know it's not the fastest, most maneuverable thing for the vehicle, but it's what I can afford, esp since I got it on a trade for an ATI Titan 1911--while it was actually a halfway decent, surprisingly accurate pistol for what it is, I definitely got the better end of that deal.) I'd love a Stakeout but am making hay with what I've got while putting myself in position to make a bit more money.
    For that purpose I like it. It does reduce the slick maneuverability a bit but the ability to grab and go with minimal effort I think has merit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Nichols View Post
    For that purpose I like it. It does reduce the slick maneuverability a bit but the ability to grab and go with minimal effort I think has merit.
    This. An engagement will likely not use up what's in the gun. This is for when it does.
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  3. #13
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    Quote Originally Posted by Holmes375 View Post
    I just looked that up - very nice bag. That's the first commercially produced shotgun rig I've liked and I've looked around quite a bit.

    I see an upgrade for me in the immediate future. Thanks for the heads-up.
    You bet brother...

  4. #14
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    Old fannypacks make convenient carriers for shot shells.

    --ML

  5. #15
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mushinto View Post
    Old fannypacks make convenient carriers for shot shells.

    --ML
    I have an old Bianchi fannypack -- bright blue and black, go figure -- that rips open to access a bigass handgun like a 1911 or Mk23. Bought it in the early 1990s, hardly ever used it for a gun, but it makes a great shotshell carrier. I put 00 buck in the easy to access section and slugs in the zippered portion. Went through a couple of classes with it; worked pretty good, even if I did get laughed at by the camouflaged "SPECOPS" crowd. I keep it hung on the barrel of my Benelli, just slip it over my shoulder if I need to drag along an extra 20 rounds of 12 gauge love.

    I am gonna put a buttcuff on my double barrel coach gun, though. It is hidden in plain sight in my den, easy to access should we get an intrusion downstairs.
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