Handguns, Rifles, Shotguns pictured on these pages are the models I try to keep in inventory
Items not in stock can be ordered and often have a lower price if advance ordered and prepaid
* 5/01/13: Due to current shortages of all popular and proven defensive shotguns, none of
the shotguns pictured here is in stock - no regular resupply expected thru May/June *
It's about time consumers understand what costs are in the firearm business and that federal licensed firearm dealers' premises are where one must go to in order to legally purchase/exercise their 'right to own firearms'. No dealers, no future for gun ownership.
Mossberg 500 12ga 18" barrel, 5 round capacity, $395. (Ret $451)
Mossberg 500 12ga 18" barrel, short stock, $345. (Ret $395)
Finally, after many years of Mossberg releasing 12ga model 500s with short wood stocks painted black
and 12" aftermarket stocks 'too short'.. here is what was needed: a 12.75" length-of-pull synthetic stock.
This will be easier to control by more shooters, and is $50 cheaper than standard 14" l.o.p. M500 above.
How can these be $50 less? Matte blue vs polished blue finish & these omit unnecessary pistol grip kit...
Mossberg 500 Mariner 12ga 18" barrel, 5 round capacity, $515. (Ret $593)
Mossberg 500 20ga 18" barrel, 5 round capacity, long forend, $395. (Ret $451)
Remington 870 12ga 18" barrel, 7 round capacity, $415. (Ret $436)
Remington 870 Marinecote 12ga 18" barrel, 7 round capacity, $750. (Ret $828)
Remington 870 20ga 18" barrel, 7 round capacity, $420. (Ret $445)
Remington 870 20ga Jr Compact, 4 round capacity, 12" stock, long forend, $385. (Ret $410)
Shorter length-of-pull stocks and long forends dramatically increase controllability for more shooters.
Remington 870s trio: 12ga, 20ga, 20ga Jr Compact - showing length of pull and forend lengths.
Shorter length-of-pull stocks and longer forends are important for decisive control of the shotgun.
These companies should just have spacer systems for ALL their 12ga/20ga shotguns' buttstocks
and include short and medium / long forends for the 18" barreled 'common for defense' shotguns.
Standard Saiga-12 above, 5 round mag. As of Nov 2011, occasionally in stock; $749.
To build one to configuration shown below with Cerakote finish would be additional $300~$400.
With increased attention on building up Saiga semiauto shotguns, its drum-fed capability and
the incredible number of consumers trying to get this shotgun, be careful of climbing prices
and the possibilities of further ATF restrictions - link: some serious considerations to note -