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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 03-19-2014, 02:43 PM Thread Starter
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Barrels of barrels

Somewhere about 1974 I bought a 12 ga Mossberg model 500 combo... smooth slug barrel and a 26 in mod barrel. Over the years I acquired more barrels. Of course, when barrels with interchangeable chokes came along, I bought one and some chokes. I now have about half dozen fixed choke barrels that just take up storage space. I would like to get rid of the extra barrels.... Does anyone know if these are marketable? Is anyone using fixed choke Mossberg barrels?

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Yes, they would be very saleable. I would think you could get 50-75 bucks apiece, maybe more depending on condition and purpose.
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Yea I would be interested in buying some if they are 12 gauge

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Re: Barrels of barrels

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Yea I would be interested in buying some if they are 12 gauge
Same here, I would like to get a 30" full choke barrel and/or a 26" improved choke barrel

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I would take one for my mossy!
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Re: Barrels of barrels

Thank you gentlemen. I appreciate your time & comments. I am gonna make a list of choke size, barrel length, etc... and post that info under the proper "For Sale" topic. I think I also have a couple barrels for a Mossberg 1100 which is a very old auto loader. Probably do this over the weekend.

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