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Suppressed shotgun

Discussion in 'NFA Firearms and Accessories' started by USAF_Vet, Apr 15, 2014.

  1. USAF_Vet

    USAF_Vet Well-Known Member

    Its been done, a few ways, I know, from No Country For Old Men with Anton Chigurh's can on the end of the barrel, to Red Jackets game changer:banghead: integrally suppressed Saiga 12. The integrally suppressed Saiga barrels got me thinking about an integrally suppressed barrels for the most popular selling pump actions, the Remington 870 and the Mossberg 500.

    I have a design in my head of how to approach this, but before I invest any time or money into the project, does anyone already make one?
  2. jerkface11

    jerkface11 Well-Known Member

  3. USAF_Vet

    USAF_Vet Well-Known Member

    Neat, but not exactly the integrally suppressed barrel on the pump actions. The O/U integral barrels look extremely long.

    My design is a receiver to muzzle suppressor for 14-22" barrels more suited to CQB than a big gnarly can on the end of an already long barrel. An hopefully much less expensive than £795.
  4. jerkface11

    jerkface11 Well-Known Member

    Yeah looks like it's integral the part of the barrel in front of the magazine
  5. Charger442

    Charger442 Well-Known Member

    I can't say I haven't thought about it. But im not interested in the integral. The purpose of an integral in rifles is to bleed off the gas as you go and keep the projectile sub sonic. With a shotgun I don't think that's necessary.

    When I get around to having a ton of money to blow, ill do an SBS in a reliable automatic and then Form 1 an eccentric screw on can, keeping it under 18" total barrel and can length.
  6. JustinJ

    JustinJ Well-Known Member

    I'm pretty sure those were added sound effects in No Country for Old Men. ;)

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