My mall ninja 870 Bullpup

Tactical, combat, military, law enforcement and home defense use of a Remington 870 shotgun.
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My mall ninja 870 Bullpup

Post by Capt367 » Wed Sep 17, 2014 2:45 am

So I says to my wife, I'm fixin to turn 40, I'm going to the gun show to buy a shotgun. She says, OK don't spend more than 2000 dollars. I was in my truck before she finished the word dollars, and pictured below is the result of my well deserved shopping spree. I'd say the accessories are 4 times the price of the gun, it's18 pounds fully loaded and I've probably stabbed myself a dozen times. So it's not my first choice for a home defense scenario, but by God if the zombies ever attack this beast is coming out of the gun safe.
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Re: My mall ninja 870 Bullpup

Post by Synchronizor » Wed Sep 17, 2014 10:26 am

Not sure about the zombie gun application, but that's definitely one heck of a range toy.

I have to ask though, four bayonets and fourteen rounds in sidesaddles but no magazine extension?

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Re: My mall ninja 870 Bullpup

Post by Capt367 » Wed Sep 17, 2014 12:56 pm

It's hard to see from the pics but that is the 6 shell magazine tube. So all I could fit would be a 1 shelll extension, and I think those were 70 bucks. Didn't seem like it was worth the cost.

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Re: My mall ninja 870 Bullpup

Post by jirovec » Wed Sep 17, 2014 6:38 pm

Sweet set up for a fun range/zombie toy. Pretty awesome looking to say the least.

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Re: My mall ninja 870 Bullpup

Post by Synchronizor » Thu Sep 18, 2014 6:53 am

Capt367 wrote:It's hard to see from the pics but that is the 6 shell magazine tube. So all I could fit would be a 1 shelll extension, and I think those were 70 bucks. Didn't seem like it was worth the cost.
I figured you were using one of those long-mag 870s. A +1 may not be a game-changer, but an extra shot is an extra shot, and they're not that expensive. You can get good, single-piece +1 extensions like the Wilson Combat kits for $45 - or less, if you find a used one like I did.

It's your toy though, so do what you like. I was just curious.

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Re: My mall ninja 870 Bullpup

Post by Capt367 » Thu Sep 18, 2014 2:18 pm

That's cheaper than I thought it was, I'll see if I can find one that wont stick out past the barrel. The guy that I got all this stuff from has a business called ShotgunBlasters.com, loads of good gun porn on his website. He has stuff that makes mine look like a .38 Special.

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Re: My mall ninja 870 Bullpup

Post by Zebra62 » Tue Dec 30, 2014 5:20 am

Interesting rig for certain capt367. I like the four bayonette setup especially. Two thumbs up there, Brother.

I would like to make a suggestion to you, with explaination. I cannot say my suggestion is the right way and that yours is wrong. I would have done it differently.

My suggestion is to remove your vertical foregrip and install an angled fore grip. Here is the reasoning: When cycling the action using the vertical grip, there is a tendency to pull the grip to the side you are pulling from thereby twisting the action bars. With the flashlight setup you have, you cannot get a good enough grip on the bare fore end, so you need something to get a grip on. Look at the Magpul AFG grips. They will put your foreward hand in a different position and change how you cycle the action. It will become a smoother front to back motion instead of the pulling to one side. It will save your action bars and your sanity.

Very intersting rig indeed, Brother. If she shoots half as good as she look, the mall zombies have no chance for survival.
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Re: My mall ninja 870 Bullpup

Post by 12GAfun » Fri Jan 09, 2015 5:06 am

Now that is a interesting bull pup shotgun. If ya don't mind me asking what was the total cost on a build like that.

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Re: My mall ninja 870 Bullpup

Post by DaveC » Thu Jan 22, 2015 6:44 pm

Boy oh boy, that is one heck of a "roonie gun!"

Ya know, I sometimes wonder about sticking a knife like you've got there (ha-ha PUN! :roll: :geek: ) on a firearm so at least I'd have a knife "handy" should I need one... Having very nearly inadvertently committed ritual sepuku with a bayonet fixed on one of my Mosin-Nagants, however, :o , I am not sure if it would be a good idea after all. :shock: :lol:
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