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Discussion in 'Technical Questions & Information' started by Smokin Guns, Nov 15, 2003.
Ran across one of these and am curious if it's civilian legal?...Any idea...
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.
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?...
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
Zigzag, I went to the site! Thanks...
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
Yep, the High Standard 10B, made during the early to mid-1970's. Basically a modified Supermatic.
I have parts if/when it breaks.