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A riot () is a form of civil disorder commonly characterized by a group lashing out in a violent public disturbance against authority, property or people. Riots typically involve theft, vandalism, and destruction of property, public or private. The property targeted varies depending on the riot and the inclinations of those involved. Targets can include shops, cars, restaurants, state-owned institutions, and religious buildings.Riots often occur in reaction to a grievance or out of dissent. Historically, riots have occurred due to poor people with no jobs or living conditions, governmental oppression, taxation or conscription, conflicts between ethnic groups, (race riot) or religions (sectarian violence, pogrom), the outcome of a sporting event (sports riot, football hooliganism) or frustration with legal channels through which to air grievances.While individuals may attempt to lead or control a riot, riots typically consist of disorganized groups that are frequently "chaotic and exhibit herd behavior." However, there is a growing body of evidence to suggest that riots are not irrational, herd-like behavior, but actually follow inverted social norms.T. S. Ashton, in his study of food riots among colliers, noted that "the turbulence of the colliers is, of course, to be accounted for by something more elementary than politics: it was the instinctive reaction of virility to hunger." Charles Wilson noted, "Spasmodic rises in food prices provoked keelmen on the Tyne to riot in 1709, tin miners to plunder granaries at Falmouth in 1727."Today, some rioters have an improved understanding of the tactics used by police in riot situations. Manuals for successful rioting are available on the internet, with tips such as encouraging rioters to get the press involved, as there is more safety and attention with the cameras rolling. Civilians with video cameras may also have an effect on both rioters and police.
Dealing with riots is often a difficult task for police forces. They may use tear gas or CS gas to control rioters. Riot police may use less-than-lethal methods of control, such as shotguns that fire flexible baton rounds to injure or otherwise incapacitate rioters for easier arrest.
WTS Benelli 121 M1 Semi-auto 12 Gauge Riot Gun. This is the predecessor to the M1 S90 and is a robust and fast firing semi-auto riot gun.
It was one of the fastest cycling semi-auto shotguns made, AND it is a stoutly made, heavy weapon The M1S90 is a feather by comparison TBH
I'll toss in...
MY KIND OF RIOT
Rioting in major cities across the U.S. has spread to Naples, Florida, a wealthy and artsy Florida retirement community.
Protesters marching in Florida’s ritzy Naples led to widespread rioting and looting.
Items taken were limited to laxatives, vitamins, hearing aid...
Hearing lots of reports and apparently live video that inmates have taken over the prison and killed many.
cripes, blood everywhere. Looks bad. Be advised graphic video:
live feed (edit: it was a live feed from prisoners but now is Portland stuff so I dunno if live feed is shut down or what)...
I Was just flicking through the different news about the riots going on and there was a guy in Saltlake city who the rioters blocked in and wouldn’t let him move And we’re going to damage his car so he stepped out with a compound bow and shot one of them.
The guy who got the arrow fell over...
This gun has been sold. Transfered at Coat of Arms Keizer
This gun was born an Remington 870 Wingmaster Magnum. As a Wingmaster it has the nice old blue finish and hard chrome bolt and lifter. As a Magnum the action negotiates 2 3/4 and 3-inch shells, the barrel is thusly chambered, the...
SOLD to Devin2955
Transfer at Capitol Pawn
1949 manufacture SN: 217xxx
Gun was originally born with a longer barrel. The barrel was professionally cut and crowned to the 20-inch Riot length you see today with a new bead sight added. Makes it a CYL bore now...
Getting older and bones arent as tough as they once were. Have used 12ga patrol shotguns for years, and two of them retired with me a few years ago. Pretty handy with them, if I say so myself.. Now Im thinking of down-sizing- something in 20 ga maybe semi-auto.. preferably with extended mag tube...
US marked 12 gauge Winchester model 12 riot shotgun. Used in world war 2 for base defense. Barrel has been chopped with no bead sight most likely during wartime as was sometimes common. No bead makes it easier to add heat shield later on if desired. Good condition and fires well. Yes it is spam...
Winchester Model 12
12ga Riot configuration 20-inch barrel.
1914 vintage (first year 12ga Model 12s were manufactured).
Serial number 67xxx matches on the receiver extension.
This gun was originally born with a full choke. It had been cut down at some point in its life and a Cutts...
Go with a 12 guage magnum? What brand? Thinking of remote wilderness camping with a woman where 4 footed bears and wolves are known as well as two footed drinking nutjobs travel with pickups. About 30 miles off road and 60-70 from the law. Better go with a 20 guage magnum? What brand?
Up for sale, Southwest Washington, Vancouver area, Clark county area.
Vintage barrel. I guess from the 50s or 60s.
I believe it was originally a full choke, lightweight, or Wingmaster barrel. 2-3/4” chamber. It had sometime in the past been cut down to 19”.
I tried it on a couple of my 870s...
I have for sale a Remington Model 11R 12 gauge Military Riot Shotgun. (Please excuse my greasy finger prints in the pics :-D )
The serial number is 706486 (1940, verified by Remington)
20" barrel with Cutts compensator
U.S. and Flaming Bomb markings stamps on barrel and receiver.