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Discussion in 'Shotgun Discussion' started by StaticTorque, Mar 19, 2018.
Ducks are dangerous with that bill they have.
Just guessing but, if a bad guy gets hit at 30 feet or closer with 1 1/4oz. of lead anything traveling at 900 miles per hour, it's going to be his worst day ever. Especially if there is another one in the pipe.
Again, just guessing.
It would be an "attitude changer" for sure.
The internet suggests that the duck of death would be particularly susceptible to such medicine.
Yup I figure if it works on possums and armadillos it will work on the two legged nocturnals as well.
...and cue Taco_lean in 3...2...1...
Pretty good video until he started taping coldcuts together for ballistic testing!
I liked his wall setup better than any videos I could find with 5.56 testing.
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Double 20g with #4
Single 18 inch 12g with 00 Buck
Primary firearm Federal 9mm 124gr HST
That should do it.
I found some pictures that I took at the indoor range trying Federal LE127 9 pellet 00 buckshot. I was shooting at 7 yards (21 feet) with a FNH 18" SLP:
This is the right move .
All you say is he or she was going to kill me so I defended my self .
I will will tell you everything only after my I speak to my Attorney and only with him present .
Look on the back of your USCCA CARD
I am a member of the Armed Citizens' Legal Defense Network. I guess I need to pick an attorney at some point but the card they issued me has a phone number that I can call 24 hours a day for an emergency. I will not answer any questions without an attorney being present.
Man, can't even imagine how bad that would hurt!
I cannot fire rounds that fast but I have fired 3 shots pretty fast and I could see all 3 spent shot shells in the air before they fell to the ground.