Discussion in 'Gun Talk' started by Huntndogs, Jan 12, 2012.
they started talking about it last year.
neat idea, I think I remember hearing the prototypes kept slam firing.
Something that cool will never be legal in this state. That thing would hold a hell of s lot of buckshot!!!!!!
I'm sure someone will come up with a way to plug the tubes and keep it at 10 rds.
I'll stick with my Benelli.
You can already fit 7 into most home defense style shotguns, so why all the extra weight and bulk for just three more rounds?
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</td> <td class="text" colspan="2" id="entry_817787"> Derived from the word "Tactical".
1. Descriptive word for equipment or clothing that does not have any tactical purpose; but looks cool.
2. A person who is a city dweller; but wishes to look like an warrior or as if they are/were in the armed forces.
3. Appearance that mimics military or martial arts.
Hummer H2 is a very tacticool SUV.
Might be good for gophers.
because of it's bullpup design it is roughly half the length of a traditional tactical shotgun (not counting pistol grips). i see a great tactical advantage having one tube filled with slugs and the other with 00 buck and being able to switch from one to the other.
Ok maybe for the police or military, but around your house.....not really the need to switch from buckshot to slugs. A normal tactical shotgun is plenty around the house!!!
I'd like to see a semi-auto version, where the mag-tube selector switches itself when one of them is empty.
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The dual tubular magazines might be a cool idea for a waterfowl gun 3' shells for ducks on one side and 3 1/2'shells for geese on the other. For a turkey gun buckshot one one side and slugs for deer on the other.
why are you shooting turkeys with buckshot?
I don't, I have a friend who hunted turkeys and when he started he was surprised at how big the loads for turkeys were I figured that ment buckshot. How big is buckshot,above no.4 ?
Correct me if I'm wrong, but if we killed all the golfers they'd lock us up and throw away the key.
That would violate F&G laws as well as be impractical. Can't shoot Turkeys with nor possess in the field while hunting them any shot larger than 2.(Let's not discuss fall turkey season overlapping deer and the possibility of carrying a shotgun with birdshot AND a rifle) That would preclude buckshot and slugs. Also, you cant hunt birds with a gun capable of holding more than 3 shells. 1 in the chamber 2 in the tube. Most hunting pumps and semi-autos have magazine tubes capable of holding more than 2 shells, so you must put a plug in there so that it cannot.
Shot sizes small to big starting with your 4 ? 4,3, 2,1,down to 00 buck with several in between.
"Big" can refer to length and powder charge of cartridge.
I should've put that you'd have to plug it first, 1 3' in the chamber 1 3' in the mag and 3 1/2' in the other. I always keep shotguns plugged so I don't forget. About the shot size the only birds I hunt are dove, and I usually hunt with a bow+ I'm not that in to guns. About the regs I woundered why nobody carried slugs while turkey hunting.
I think I need one of those.
This is very practical for hog hunting in Texas. I've honestly never went hoggin' in SoCal.. and with regulations not allowing for night time hunting i wouldn't carry this if I choose to only hunt here.
However in my home state it is legal to hunt them day and night. During evening and dusk I prefer to send rounds down range with the Rem 700. Night time, water hole spotlight ambushes with buckshot always produces the most kills.
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