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Double Barrel Pump Shotgun

Discussion in 'Shotguns' started by amprecon, Dec 18, 2015.

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  1. amprecon

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  2. oneounceload

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    Been out a while. What is interesting is the company making it - they are better known for some serious high-end sporting shotguns
     
  3. mokin

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    This is thread is worth it for the youtube link. I'll bet the dude testing the gun had a ton of fun.

    I guess the benefit is that you get two shots with each pump.
     
  4. MrBorland

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    And the double magazines doubles it's capacity. Tactical shotguns have ravenous appetites, so the dual-mag set-up feeds it with a 16-round capacity.

    Imagine the looks you'd get showing up on the Sporting Clays course with one of these puppies! :D
     
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    Yep, just imagine... especially when you go 0-fer........... ;)
     
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    Basically using same shotgun home defense system since 1990 and am not one to look for change. This is the first bull pup high capacity design that has caught my eye. One financial matters settle down I may get one to take through some defensive shotgun classes I've taken brides to see how it compares. My guess is the capacity would outweigh any potential awkwardness for safety or reloading relative to what I currently run.
     
  7. PabloJ

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    The thing is too complex and heavy. I will hold out for 6lb "SP-12".
     
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    Looks like fun.
     
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