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Old 01-14-2013, 04:56 AM   #1
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Default H&R Topper "BUCK" mod 162

Just sanded down the stock of a old "BUCK" 12ga. Have no idea what I wanna do with this old thing. I traded 50rnds of fed hydra shock for it. The gun in the pic is the one, but not mine right now it's sanded down and poly'd until later.

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Old 01-14-2013, 05:19 AM   #2
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i got a h&r pardner single shot 12g. i had to puss out and get a recoil pad for it. thing is so light it kicks like a mule.

right now mine is in the customizations stages. just cut the stock down into a pistol grip and am going to cut the barrel as soon as i can find my pipe cutter!!!!! i hate loosing tools. the pistol grip still needs sanded, shaped and painted and i need to find a shorter bolt to hold it on(hence the socket acting as a washer on the back temporarily) so its a work in progress

not really doin it for any real reason just ran out of things to do with my 995ts and c9 so its the H&R's turn. plus its a $99 shotgun. so why the hell not

btw great trade 50rds of ammo for that? porbly comes to around $50. thats a good deal

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Old 01-14-2013, 05:29 AM   #3
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yeah 50rnds of 9mm (don't have a 9 and it's just sitting around). I grew up shooting old guns with no pads. Single shot 12's, 410's and 22's brings back old memories of pawpaw teaching me how to shoot and hunt. I wanna go to the range bad now. Have any idea what the -p on the barrel means?

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