Wilson Combat Magazine Fed Shotgun (M.F.S.)

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    Wilson Combat has added another gun to their line of custom shotguns. This time it is based on a Remington 870 DM and called accordingly M.F.S. – Magazine Fed Shotgun. As in the case of other Wilson Combat shotguns, it packs a bunch of custom features that combined convert the stock gun into an ultimate defensive tool as far as shotguns are concerned.

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    Here is the description of this shotgun as seen on Wilson Combat’s website:

    The Wilson Combat M.F.S. (Magazine Fed Shotgun) starts out with a smooth and reliable Remington 870 DM model and some superior Wilson Combat parts. Inspected, fitted and assembled by one of our skilled shotgun gunsmiths, the M.F.S. is one slick scattergun for all-around tactical use and self-defense. The M.F.S. detachable magazine enables fast and fumble-proof reloading under stress while our proprietary Trak-Lock® Ghost Ring sights ensure you can squarely answer any threat-even at extended shotgun ranges. Multiple buttstock options and various colors of our hand-applied Armor-Tuff® finish can be picked by the end user to create their ideal custom shotgun. If you love the utter reliability of pump-action shotguns but prefer the fast and easy reloading of a box magazine, the M.F.S. will be the ideal gun for you.

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    The buttstock options include the adjustable stock with Wilson Combat/BCM Starburst Gunfighter grip, Magpul SGA Stock and rubber overmolded Hogue stock. All versions of this shotgun are equipped with Magpul MOE M-LOK Forends. The M.F.S. is chambered in 12 gauge (3″ chamber) and has an 18.4″ cylinder bore barrel. The overall length of the gun is 36″ and the empty weight is 7 lbs 24 oz. The gun is fed from standard Remington 870 DM magazines that have a 6 round capacity.

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    Below you can find a set of photos showing different configurations of the M.F.S. shotgun.

    The base price for the Wilson Combat Magazine Fed Shotgun is $1,275. The choice of Magpul or adjustable stock options will increase the price to $1,325 and $1,400 respectively.

    For those of you who prefer the shotguns as defensive tools, what do you think about the M.F.S.? Is it worth the additional money or do you think the stock gun is good enough? What do you think about magazine fed defensive shotguns in general?


    Images from www.wilsoncombat.com



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