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Episode 4 - Shindig

Re: Jayne's shotgun

Postby Nexus6 » Sat Jun 20, 2009 6:04 pm

Yellowjacket wrote:Here's the Mossberg...

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...but this is the correct stock.

Except that the screen-used piece is the 9-shot version.
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Re: Jayne's shotgun

Postby Yellowjacket » Sat Jun 20, 2009 6:12 pm

Yes. I haven't found a good image of that yet. Somebody buy me one and I'll take pictures of it.
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Re: Jayne's shotgun

Postby Nexus6 » Sat Jun 20, 2009 8:24 pm

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Re: Jayne's shotgun

Postby greylocke » Thu Apr 12, 2012 8:16 am

The shotgun is a Stainless Steel Mossberg 590 Mariner, 8 shot. Look at the magazine cap, it is designed so it can be used with a bayonet from an M-16, with an attachment on the mag tube. The buttstock is a Choate folding stock, however I've only seen that type used on the Remington 870, so they must have modified it to fit the 590.
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Re: Jayne's shotgun

Postby Badger » Thu Apr 12, 2012 9:58 am

Yeah, felt like Stainless. Didn't have that high polished 'Nickel' look in person. Flatter and more matte. Often even dully finished stuff will really jump under lights and look a lot higher finish than in reality. Good example is the comm badges on Star Trek Next Gen. They looked like chrome and gold metal on camera. They were spraypainted resin. Quite dull.



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Re: Jayne's shotgun

Postby Goodwolf » Sun Apr 29, 2012 1:55 am

Badger wrote:Yeah, felt like Stainless. Didn't have that high polished 'Nickel' look in person. Flatter and more matte. Often even dully finished stuff will really jump under lights and look a lot higher finish than in reality. Good example is the comm badges on Star Trek Next Gen. They looked like chrome and gold metal on camera. They were spraypainted resin. Quite dull.



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I always thought they had a more mattte look to them, and preferred them that way. I even bought one that, while it was brass and chrome I think, it had the matte finish. Gave it to a friend who was also a fan figuring I could pick up another no problem.

All I could find after that were shiny ones. :x
May have been on the losin' side, still not convinced it was the wrong one.
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