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Old 07-10-2013, 07:10 AM   #1
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Default Breacher without needing a threaded barrel from HFD2.com

I found a nice $30 tube attachable breacher online that is a great alternative to having to buy a new threaded barrel or a whole new shotgun altogether. There are some videos on Youtube as well if you search Pumkin Puncher breacher.


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Is it available with a bayonet lug?

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And I need a breecher for....?

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And I need a breecher for....?
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Unless you are actually a member of a SWAT team specifically responsible for breaching doors, why would you need such a thing?

Unless you foresee a need to blow the doors off your own house. From the inside.
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Ever locked your keys in your car? <grin>

Seriously, if you ever have to make a contact shot in self-defense this could save your barrel.
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If I have to make a contact shot it should be the last shot I need from that barrel.
I hadn't really considered that though.
Shotgun bang sticks for sharks are fired on contact without barrel damage. Wonder about the differences there?


I guess I always figured, If I need to blow hinges or door locks I'm capable of maintaining distance.

I guess I need to explore the facts of these things a bit more.

Is the distance really more to protect the end if the barrel when shooting hard objects or is us still really needed against things that give? Such as an attackers clothing and flesh?

New questions. Thanks Doc.

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If you ask yourself if you need a breacher... you don't.

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If I have to make a contact shot it should be the last shot I need from that barrel.
I hadn't really considered that though.
Shotgun bang sticks for sharks are fired on contact without barrel damage. Wonder about the differences there?


I guess I always figured, If I need to blow hinges or door locks I'm capable of maintaining distance.

I guess I need to explore the facts of these things a bit more.

Is the distance really more to protect the end if the barrel when shooting hard objects or is us still really needed against things that give? Such as an attackers clothing and flesh?

New questions. Thanks Doc.
You're welcome.

There has to be some feature built into the bang stick to prevent overpressure. For our purposes water doesn't compress, and the bang stick is built to work submerged.
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