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Are scope bases available for Stevens mod 59b 410 shotgun?


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2011-09-12 14:40:47
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There are many shotguns nowadays that are made for use with scopes, these have special rifled barrels, and are not cheap. They are used for hunting turkey and big game with slugs. This particular weapon was not intended to have a scope, and to alter it to accept one would be unsafe. If you want a shotgun with a scope then I advise you to buy one. Remington, wincher, etc make some of their most popular madels in this form, and your local gun store should be able to get what you are looking for.


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