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Good deal. That's why you buy them in the first place, correct?I still have milk crates of inexpensive .44 Magnum; you should come down and ring some steel with that lever. I'll even do a friendly feud against you with my Marlin lever (man-on-man tiles, balloons and steel plate or any variation thereof)....
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I have successfully patrolled state land with a smooth bore rifle sighted 870.  It easily holds 2” groups at 50 yards with rifled Wolf 1 ounce slugs. Rifled shotgun barrels are more accurate, but smooth bore is too often overlooked.  I wouldn’t sweat rifled or smoothbore.  If cheapest is your goal stick to that.  The SXP would be easily scoped if it is drilled and tapped.  I’ve seen a few but I can’t recall if they are. The break actions that CTSixshot pointed are out there and are certainly useable.  Although, prices on those have crept up a bit since H&R and NEF have gone away.  Muzzloaders may be the least expensive option. Hoffman’s had a very nice Lyman muzzleloader that I should have jumped on. It was only $150. Good luck in your searc...
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Not at all, I do custom lasering on guns. My point is your saying stuff that may or may not happen. NOBODY knows what may or may not happen. It's basically spreading fear through mis-information like cnn and msnbc does. Why live in fear of what you can legally buy now based on what may or may not happen, it makes no sense... ...
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i hate making holsters for lights/lasers, the holster grabs the laser/light only and the gun has play in the holster. even when using a vaccuum press. i have been carrying for 30 years and never needed a light or laser. but if thats what you want..... patriot ware holsters have no adjustment for tightness or looseness as they use a eyelet/rivet in the area below the trigger guard area. I use a rubber spacer and screw so you can adjust the tightness/looseness as needed as some guns are a little off . Like I said I dont do lasers/lights, but wouldnt reccomend patriotware. lots of other holster manufacturers out there, that are better quality..... and I dont compete with her, she is huge I am not. i make holsters to the way I like as I take ideas form many different holsters to make the perfe...

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