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Old 02-29-2012, 14:56   #1
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Pistol grip

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ive got a 870 20gauge youth model that i want to put a pistol grip on to. i cant seem to find one. So my question is does anyone know of one that fits 20 gauges (other than the blackhawk that costs $100, F#@K that.) Or does anyone know if a 12 gauge pistol griop will fit... im not worried if its just a little big and overhangs the gun, the gun is just going in a back pack for protection on long multinight hikes. For the love of god someone help me haha... its been a frustrating few hours on the internet.
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Shotgun Stocks | GunAccessories.com

I know this is not a true pistol grip only stock, but it should work for a backpack and it claims to fit the 20 GA. Its the top folding stock at the top of the page...
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thanks guys, yea i really liked the fold out stock. but since im backpacking in WV during a non-hunting season a shotgun with stock is considered a hunting rifle (according to WV DNR) and is illegal to carry. They said a pistol would be fine. but my thoughts are if i get lost out there for awhile a pistol isnt going to feed me if need be. So im probly gonna go with the ATI. thanks again.
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thanks guys, yea i really liked the fold out stock. but since im backpacking in WV during a non-hunting season a shotgun with stock is considered a hunting rifle (according to WV DNR) and is illegal to carry. They said a pistol would be fine. but my thoughts are if i get lost out there for awhile a pistol isnt going to feed me if need be. So im probly gonna go with the ATI. thanks again.
let me get this straight.. you can legally go tacticool.. but not sporter???

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let me get this straight.. you can legally go tacticool.. but not sporter???

thats classic

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As a follow up, i went with the tapco grip since i had and extra tube and stock sitting around that way i can throw it in the bag and put it on if its needed. Ran into a couple dnr officers on my last hike and they didnt even notice the shotty. gotta love eberlestock. O and i found that with only the slightest amount of dremel work any 12 870 grip will fit the 20's and if you want to really get particular, some fine grit sand paper will smooth off the edges to look just perfect.
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