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Ill have to git a pic of my buddies 12ga and 10/22. He has all kinds of crap on them. He has 62rds of ammo, tri rail, flashlight, laser, rail covers, fiber optic sights, red dot, vert grip, collapsible stock. All on his shot gun alone. Oh and I dont know how long but I thank it's a 28" rifled barrel. It has to way 30lbs at lest.
 

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but in all seriousness C3 is probably one of the best sources on old firearms on this forum. one pretty smart fellow on firearms!:D

okay, enough thread drift back to crazy shotgun accessories. :)

while not exactly an accessory, but how about those Dragon's Breath shotgun shells?
I agree he has helped me out a few time. The dragons breath a bad guys worst nightmare lol
 

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Behave yerself, kids- or I'll whack you with my aluminum walker!

3 old timers were arguing about which of them went back the farthest-
First said he was the road guard for the crossing of the Red Sea. Other said he was the time keeper for the pyramid construction project. Third said he was the navigator for the Ark. Me- I don't go back so far- but I was on KP for the Last Supper.

Anyone, back on topic- REALLY neat book- out of print, but check Alibris.com and Amazon, you might score a copy- Firearms Curiosa by Winant. More weird, strange, and unusual firearms between 2 covers than you have ever seen. Flashlight? HAH! How about a camera that snaps a photo when gun is fired (powder has metal powder added for flash effect) A knife- sure- how about a fork- with a flintlock? Pocket watch with a pistol built in- by Col. Leonard Wood.
 

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C3, is it true you were a personal friend of Stonewall Jackson?

In all seriousness, and back to topic, there is a video on YouTube of a guy with his AR, and his "tactical candy". He is joking, and is pretty funny.
 

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Blue- no, Stonewall could be a bit strange at times. But a gent from my home county was an all right sort of fellow. Never made it past Colonel, but he started as a private. John Mosby. :p
 
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