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 Post subject: Smith and Wesson Shotgun
PostPosted: Sun Jul 10, 2016 5:54 pm 
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A fellow is offering to trade me a nice looking Smith and Wesson Model 1000 12 ga semi-auto shotgun and cash for my RIA 1911 .45.
I know the guns were made by Howa in Japan for Smith to their specs from '74 to the late '80s.
This shotgun was purchased for the guys daughter so she could shoot skeet and turkey shoots. He said she's grown and married now and he wants to trade the gun. 30" barrel with modified choke and chambered for 2 3/4" and 3".
Anybody here know anything about these shotguns?
Here's the pics he sent me:

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That's a good looking shotgun

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I'd keep the 1911 but I'm not a shotgun gut.


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srtolly wrote:
I'd keep the 1911 but I'm not a shotgun gut.


Same here. The 1911 I'd use and fondle. The shotty, while nice, I really
wouldn't use enough to justify. Tools for me have to have function that I
need. That'd be the 1911 in my house.

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Ex_ISP wrote:
srtolly wrote:
I'd keep the 1911 but I'm not a shotgun gut.


Same here. The 1911 I'd use and fondle. The shotty, while nice, I really
wouldn't use enough to justify. Tools for me have to have function that I
need. That'd be the 1911 in my house.
Guys, with the cash he's offering and the shotgun, I'm essentially getting the shotgun for FREE. I picked the 1911 up for about half what it's worth at a pawn shop. Anything I am able to get out of the shotgun will be pure profit.
Since I got my XD .45, I carry it daily so it's about the only pistol I shoot at the range.
The 1911 is too nice to let it become a safe queen and this guy really wants it. I'm telling myself it's going to a good home.

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Do it and sell or trade the shotgun then.


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 Post subject: Re: Smith and Wesson Shotgun
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I can't tell you much about their shotguns - but I had a S&W rifle many years ago, and it was one nice rifle!!
It shot well and had a beautiful wood stock on it and I wish I woulda kept it.

And that's a nice looking shotgun!! :great:

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