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ultimate slug gun?

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So, I have been looking online at guns, hoping for a new cantelever slug barrel for a great price. Not finding that, I started searcing for what i feel would be the perfect slug gun: a 20 ga. lever action rifled slug gun. I know there are 410's out there and the 12 ga. cowboy action models. But I feel a 20 ga. lever action would be a great deer hunting shotgun.

what do you think?

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forend never moves forward and back on you like a pump, and John Wayne used to carry a lever action. I know my reasons aren't good and my 870 is pretty accurate but I think a lever action would be great.

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I bought a Mossberg 500 20 guage with a cantalievered rifled barrel that came with a scope and a vent rib bird barrel for around $250 last fall. I shoot Hornady SST 250 grain sabots that have 1800fps and this combo gives me 3" groups at 100 yards!

It's a real tack driver! grin

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Ultimate slug gun???

Using a little imagination....How about a side by side, 10 gauge on one side with iron sights and a 20 gauge on the other side with a scope.

I have no idea if it could ever work, but it would be unique.

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I have numerous slug guns.

1-Mossberg 500 with a rifled hastings barrel

2-Remington 870 with a rifled Hastings barrel

3-Remington 1100 with a rifled Hastings barrel

4-Remington 1187 " " " " "

I like the 1100 the best for acuracy. The Mossbery may be #2. I do not slug hunt anymore. benn 15+ years since I have used one.

A lever action 12ga slug gun would be interesting for sure.

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I already owned an 870 Remington so I purchased a cantilever Mossberg barrel and put a scope on that. It too has been a nail driver. The Mossberg barrel was about half the price of a Hastings or Remington cantilever.

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So, I have been looking online at guns, hoping for a new cantelever slug barrel for a great price. Not finding that

I know what you mean, I've been looking for a barrel for my Browning Gold and the cheapest barrel I've found so far is just under $400.

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