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Old October 9, 2009, 10:01 PM   #1
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NEF Pardner Pump

A few months ago i purchased a New England Firearms (NEF) Pardner Pump, for 200$ from a store, brand new. It fires great doesn't kick bad or anything... however i cannot find any accessories for it at all. the one I bought is the all black one with the carbon fiber look stock. Any guidance for a pistol grip or really anything would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
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Old October 9, 2009, 11:14 PM   #2
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Is that an 870 clone? If so than the 870 stocks and possibly the mag extension will work. Also the light brackets and side saddles etc. for an 870 may fit.
Barrels on the cloner guns usually will not swap with remington barrels.
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Old October 9, 2009, 11:22 PM   #3
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870 parts and accessories will fit. You made a very good choice. It's a tough as nails tactical utility shotgun.

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Old October 10, 2009, 08:17 AM   #4
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Forget the bling and keep it practical, BA/UU/R.

The Sidesaddle made for 870s will fit it, if yours has the long forearm that covers part of the loading port when the action is open you'll either have to get the 4-shot version, or swap out the forearm to a short LE length 870 version or trim the sporting length forearm to about 7" or so overall to use the 6-round Sidesaddle.

You should have sling swivels already, stick on a decent QD carrying strap.

With some magazine tube available out in front of the forearm, there's room for a Streamlight shotgun magazine tube light rail like the 69903. That and a good QD weapon light like the TLR-3 will get you a white light on board.

The existing stock is good, if it fits you. It can be shortened like a wood stock, as the sidewalls are good and thick and the heel/toe have a little extra beef too.

Main thing is to build skill with it...

Mindset - Skillset - Toolset. In that order!

Attitude and skill will get you through times of no gear, better than gear will get you through times of no attitude and no skill.
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Old October 10, 2009, 10:42 AM   #5
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Thanks Guys

That helps alot. As for the tough as nails...yes it is..i would like to keep it low key but with a bit of tactical so thanks
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