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Discussion in 'Band of Glockers' started by bass one, Mar 8, 2006.
Check out the site. Galing!
galeng! kayang kaya yan ni doc kamelot gawin!
Hanep ah. Kala ko pang bilyar lang mga ganyang tricks
He shot 50,000 rounds from his Beretta shotgun in a short period of 5 months! Pwede kaya magpa-ampon sa Beretta? ;f
Thanks EC! I'm not even worthy to wipe the sweat off his brow.
If I'm able to shoot 2,500 rounds a week baka hindi na ako kailangan magpraktis ng Medicine.
Galing! Is that a 28 gauge shotgun? I cannot imagine shooting that fast with a 12 gauge-- ouch!
I believe that's a 12 Ga. The only one I saw who shot that fast and recorded on video is Neil Beverley.
After regular shooting sessions, you sort of not have welts on your shoulder anymore - more due to proper placement of the buttstock on the shoulder pocket. Even with fast shooting, your shotgun buttstock doesn't travel laterally to your anterior deltoids - the source of major pain.
Can you recommend any 12 ga. shotgun load that doesn't recoil too much but is still suited for home defense applications?
Gabriel Suarez in his book "the Tactical shotgun" recommends birdshot for strict home defense application. He says this is the only place where tactical use of birdshot is worthwhile. Buckshot can penetrate walls and might even sail through and adversary's body. He has seen this on 2 occasions. Birdshot has ample stopping power with reduced risks even if you miss with a few pellets.
He recommends # 7 1/2 or #8 low base 7/8 oz loads. Armscor has #7 and #8 of 1 1/8 oz birdshot loads. Higher trap-skeet loads have potential for overpenetration while the former have better stopping power for room combat distances. Once you've gone out of the house to protect your perimeter, then buckshot is the ammo of choice. Hope this helps.
Thanks for the info, kamelot.
Now I need to learn how to do those fancy shotgun moves so Beretta will include me in their payroll ;f