In moments of madness, I've occasionally considered buying a modern pump-action shotgun. They're cheap, readily available, versatile... Everything I hate about modern guns that try to woo me away from classic, blued steel firearms you can't get parts for any more.
In the current market, the cheap-ubiquitous-functional pump shotgun niche is filled by two guns: the Remington 870 and the Mossberg 500. I'm told the difference is almost entirely a matter of taste, and have always figured I'd just try both at the store and walk away with whichever felt better.
But Mossberg's new presentation combat shotgun commemorating the government employees who've been killed trying to violently police what free citizens put in their own bodies leaves a bad enough taste in my mouth to make that decision a hell of a lot easier. Remington it is.