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Old 04-04-2012, 01:28 AM   #11
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have you guys heard about the double slug round or the mucho gucho " bolo" those are also go exotic shotgun rounds .

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Old 04-04-2012, 05:40 PM   #12
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have you guys heard about the double slug round or the mucho gucho " bolo" those are also go exotic shotgun rounds .
Those are the ones connected by a chain right?
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well not a chain but a wire

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Anyone hear ever used any of those exotic shotgun rounds like dragons breath, fetching rounds and all that stuff? Always thought they were interesting. Anyone got any stories or thoughts about all those?
Yeah, I'd like to try them but they're illegal in Florida, as are armor piercing rounds.
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Also on a few sites it will only say cook county but it's,the whole state.

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well not a chain but a wire
Yea that's what I ment those look awesome I have looked at those before
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Yea that's what I ment those look awesome I have looked at those before
I read that those are made for clearing brush in thick jungles and such
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Check out firequest, they have some really cool rounds. Think I will order a couple of different kinds, dragons breath, macho gaucho, zombie killer, flash bangs, lil pricey for just a 3 pack, but look interesting. Don't really dig on the confetti loads, shotguns are not party favors and shouldn't be treated as such, start thinking that way someone ends up badly injured or worse.

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Check out firequest, they have some really cool rounds. Think I will order a couple of different kinds, dragons breath, macho gaucho, zombie killer, flash bangs, lil pricey for just a 3 pack, but look interesting. Don't really dig on the confetti loads, shotguns are not party favors and shouldn't be treated as such, start thinking that way someone ends up badly injured or worse.
The thought came to mind about movie set weapons and blank ammo, seems to me I've heard of occasional things going bad even with all the care the movie armorers take insuring safety. To me a shotgun has three major uses, hunting, trap shooting and self defense. Anything outside of that I want nothing to do with.
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The thought came to mind about movie set weapons and blank ammo, seems to me I've heard of occasional things going bad even with all the care the movie armorers take insuring safety. To me a shotgun has three major uses, hunting, trap shooting and self defense. Anything outside of that I want nothing to do with.
Brandon Lee comes to mind.Idiot's tried to make their own blank rounds and prop rounds out of the same batch of ammo.They ended up accidentally leaving a primer in a prop round,which led to a slug getting wedged in the barrel of a .44 mag revolver,then without checking the gun loaded up full house blanks into it,which led to Brandon taking basically the same thing as a regular .44 mag shot to the chest,killing him.
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