Originally Posted by SAR
Never had a problem like you describe, but our policy prohibits us from loading less lethal into any of our regular service shotguns. Our less lethal only goes into our old Ithaca Model 37s with bright green furniture. The Model 37's don't have a floorplate so we don't have the same type of issues that can happen with a Remington 870. Even without the loading issues, I would suggest setting aside a less lethal weapon and putting distinctive markings on it.
That's a good idea. I know someone who mistakenly shot someone with buckshot when he thought he had less lethal ammo loaded. The only thing that saved him was the fact the perp was pointing a .357 at him when he did it (it was actually a pretty funny story when he told it).
I sure miss the country I grew up in.
Last edited by series1811; 12-27-2012 at 16:06..