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Discussion in 'General Firearms Discussion' started by Dane, Sep 26, 2015.
Who would want one of these beasts??
Its perfect for home and self defense
Yep, just fire once through the door, change hands so your wrist doesn't hurt too much, and fire again...and again, and again, until empty.
Not Legal in Indiana
It's about the only thing we can't have that is otherwise an NFA item!
Unless the barrel is rifled, then it's OK. But an SBS is not allowed!
We had a lot of Chicago Gangsters that used to hide out here,
and I believe that was in response to a certain Al Capone
Apparently, that changed this year...
This is not a handgun but i find it awesome, .22lr/22mag, 30-06 and 12ga...
i have a pistol grip mossberg 500 that i thought it would be funny to hold out and shoot like a pistol. I am surely glad that i didn't try it one handed.
Friend has a single shot 16 gauge that is cut 2 inches in front of the chamber. No clue if legal but sure is fun to shoot at close targets! at 10 feet the pattern is well over 6'! Room sweeper!
Does Indy consider this a SBS too?
Right, I dont wanna kill you...just peel your face off
Wonder about recoil? The .410 pistol may be OK. But a 12 ga pistol. Not this ole boy, I aint the brightest bulb on the tree, but smarter than that. A .357 pistol is about my top tolerance for recoil at my age.
LORD no, I wouldnt wanna shoot it either. I did the 12 gauge in a 26.5 flare gun once....once.
I thought my hand was broken.
I looked at the inserts they had to shoot .45 acp in the flare guns. I would
not shoot that..and I certainly would not try a 12 gauge shell
Buncha pansy waists!...... My buddy has a contender pistol in 30/06, I've shot a few full power shells through it, and frankly, it was frickin awesome!
probably not too bad out of a pistol length gun bull is right those tc guns are softer shooting due to the wasted powder that shoots 2 foot fireballs from the muzzle.
It is impressive!.....
I spoke with the ATF at a gun show today and asked this question.
He said barrel bore type isn't mentioned except for determining SBR or SBS.
He said if it was designed to be shot with one hand then it is a pistol, two hands then rifle. So if it was designed for two hands and it was cut down then it is SBR/SBS type.