By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

9 thoughts on “The question of bringing a knife to a gunfight is solved.”
      1. Dammit…!
        Seriously, nice, but the Mossy 590 Retros have up to 8+1 rounds. So roughly double the magazine capacity. Since for me this would be a repel-boarders home-defense role, I’d rather spend the extra cash for the depth of magazine. Assuming I had said cash, space in the safe, and budget approval from Home Command (aka Mrs B).

  1. The Mossberg 590a1 mod 50771 comes with a bayonet
    (all I have done is replace the stock with a full stock with pistol grip)
    SKU 50771 – Gauge 12 Gauge – Action Type Pump-Action – Chamber Size 3″ –
    Barrel Type Heavy-Walled – Barrel Length 20″ – Barrel Finish Parkerized –
    Choke Cylinder Bore – Capacity 8+1 – Length 41″ – LOP 13.87″ – LOP Type Fixed
    – Sights Ghost Ring – Stock Synthetic (Black) – Weight 7
    – – All of my Military weapons have the proper bayonet.
    If I ever run out of ammo I want a sharp n pointy thing on a stick.
    “Few men are killed by the bayonet, many are scared by it. Bayonets should be fixed when the firefight starts”– General George Patton Quotes, from “War as I knew it” 1947

  2. About five years ago I bought a Mossberg 930 SPX and sent it to OR3GUN to be customized for speed and reliability. What I got back for my money was a hot rod speed shooting 12 ga. auto that holds 9 2 3/4″ shells in the tube, one in the chamber and one ghost loaded. Between the strap and the receiver there’s an additional 24 shells on quick detach Velcro strips. I mounted a Leupold Delta Pro on the rail sighted in at 30 yds. With LE loads and hybrid 70/30 grip purchase anyone can keep the dot on target two rounds per second.

    Here’s the link to the custom service shot –

  3. A bayonet can be intimidating, but without training and practice it can also be a hindrance. I’m not sure if the military even does bayonet training anymore though I suspect the Marines still do.

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