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So, is a no-barreled shotgun a short-barreled shotgun?

Shotgun Fired With No Barrel

3 Responses to “So, is a no-barreled shotgun a short-barreled shotgun?”

  1. Paul Kisling Says:

    Probably will get listed as a Destructive Device.

  2. Phenicks Says:

    “According to Long Island Topshots the shot fired About 100 yards and 654 pounds of torque.”
    Is it a projectile or an engine? BTW looking at that ruptured case and unburnt powder, I call BS on that birdshot reaching 100yds, let alone having any penetrative energy.

  3. mikee Says:

    The video seems to show the primer firing, most of the powder going astray without burning, and the shotcup propelling the shot forward.

    Is this a 12 gauge shotshell equivalent to the puissant .22 CB?

    And when will Taurus come out with a handgun utilizing this concept, perhaps named after another branch of government like “The Mayor”?

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