Is this LE only?...

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  1. Smokin Guns

    Smokin Guns New Member

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    Ran across one of these and am curious if it's civilian legal?...Any idea...:confused:

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  2. Xracer

    Xracer *TFF Admin Staff Mediator*

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    Minn-eeee-sota, ya, sure, you bet!
    Kinda hard to make out from the picture, but if that rear protrusion is a shoulder stock, or acts as a shoulder stock, I doubt if it's legal.
  3. Smokin Guns

    Smokin Guns New Member

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    Thanks Xracer! It's a High Standard 12 ga, and that is a rotating shoulder stock portrusion. I'm just curious...Mossberg also made a Bullpup 12 gauge and it is civilian legal...Know of any sites where i can go and look it up for its legality?...:)
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    yes they are legal , i have seen several ,they go for around 650.00 here ,

    measure the barrel length ,then over all length should be 26"

    the rear stock should rotate also ,they are pretty neat ,i wish i didn't pass on the last one i saw at a pawn shop
  5. Smokin Guns

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    Thanks gpostal!...:cool:

    Zigzag, I went to the site! Thanks...;)


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  6. gpostal

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    i had one of the mossberg /maverick bull-pups ,they are much larger than the high standard , the bullpups made by just ,"maverick" are more pricy they only made them for a few years ,using mossy 500's ,then when they went out ,mossberg started making them


    here was the one i had ,never fired it

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    Yep, the High Standard 10B, made during the early to mid-1970's. Basically a modified Supermatic.

    I have parts if/when it breaks. :D

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