Now when it comes to choosing a weapon, purely for defense (ie. no recreation at all), the argument is for simplicity and ease of use, this is why many people go for a revolver. But in my examination of the discussion among those who's advocate shotguns, the pump-action seems to come out on top. I'd like to understand why this is. The pump seems to be the worst choice for a defense shotgun. Both an autoloader and a pump action risk some level of jam, even when operated correctly. However, another greater opportunity for jam is available with the pump action and that is operator error via a shortshuck. It would seem to me that some sort of double barrel break-breech would be the logical choice. Why is this not so?