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Old 09-11-2012, 05:57   #21
HenryinFlorida
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I bought my Maverick from Budsgunshop for $199 in 2011. I got teh one that has a 20" barrel and holds 8 rounds. It's a great gun for the money IMO. From what I can tell, most 500 stocks will fit, but the forearm slide is riveted in place, so you can't replace it easily.
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Old 09-11-2012, 06:32   #22
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Update

I bought the Mav 88 8-rd 20" barrel from PSA for $220 over the weekend. I already have switched out the Knoxx stock to it. Also, I completely disassembled it and "honed" some of the edges. It works somewhat smoother than the very gritty feel and sound it had str8 out of the box.

I shot it a couple times just to see if it worked. It performs very much like a shotgun should. Bang! Slide, repeat.

I have no pics, but it is just like all the rest you have seen just in this thread alone.

Thanks for the input.

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Old 09-28-2012, 15:20   #23
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I bought the Mav 88 8-rd 20" barrel from PSA for $220 over the weekend. I already have switched out the Knoxx stock to it. Also, I completely disassembled it and "honed" some of the edges. It works somewhat smoother than the very gritty feel and sound it had str8 out of the box.

I shot it a couple times just to see if it worked. It performs very much like a shotgun should. Bang! Slide, repeat.

I have no pics, but it is just like all the rest you have seen just in this thread alone.

Thanks for the input.

Rod
I hope you're enjoying yours. Just purchased one myself today.
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Old 09-28-2012, 15:51   #24
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I've had one for several years, but have only shot it once. It's strictly for home defense, and it should work very good at that if ever needed.
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Old 09-30-2012, 16:25   #25
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I bought an 88 years ago, chopped the barrel to 18", installed a ramp front and trouble-free since purchased..mine has a single action bar, pretty sure dual now.

It eats #4 Buck or Dead Coyote..well, that is all I feed it.
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