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Old 06-09-2012, 07:53 PM   #11
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#4 Birdshot? How dopey. This pic is 12 ga. at three (3) feet!

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Old 06-09-2012, 09:51 PM   #12
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that would suck having all those picked out of an ass cheek

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Old 06-10-2012, 12:13 AM   #13
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Personally I keep mine loaded with pdx1 for hd.

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I'd skip on the drum. Weight is always something to consider.

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plus, if you do need to use it for a righteous shoot, imagine the field day the local d.a. (such as i have in bucks county pa) will have when they see that.

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Can someone explain what difference the type of firearm makes in a legal defensive shooting?

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Can someone explain what difference the type of firearm makes in a legal defensive shooting?
the bonehead d.a. we have will call it an "assault shotgun".

he assumes every trigger is 1.5. pounds. and the legal gun owner is always guilty
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the bonehead d.a. we have will call it an "assault shotgun".

he assumes every trigger is 1.5. pounds. and the legal gun owner is always guilty
And? Does the firearm used somehow change written law?

If someone enters my home w/o permission am I limited to using a musket?
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They are right about the d.a but as far as the jury that wouldn't make sense. How could me having an "assault shotgun" make any difference as far as who is right ad who is wrong? It wouldn't. If someone breaks into my house and means me harm it wouldn't matter what I used.

That's why we have the castle doctrine. Doesn't matter what weapon is used if its in your own home.

And like others have said, makes for a good zombie gun.

I wouldn't plan on using a full 20 rounds on someone and realistically probably wouldn't use a drum at all because of the weight.

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I read this junk on the internet all the time and presume it is by traditionalists who eschew black guns and tacticool. But when asked to cite a case where this issue has ever actually been, well, an issue, they never can and still won't here: watch.

Hey guys, can you cite one case where the style of arm used had any bearing on the arrest, indictment, conviction and/or sentencing of an individual in a defensive shooting!?

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