|The Mothership - 2016-01-06 |
This could help turn the tide in our ongoing war against the doors.
...and made Masonite pay for it?
|jangbones - 2016-01-06 |
how frightened can white people possibly get?
and In the Hall of the Mountain King all the way down too
|Jaguar Wong - 2016-01-06 |
I'm sure it has a legitimate hunting purpose. Aren't deer living in apartments now?
|fedex - 2016-01-06 |
OMG rilly? this is silly, all those doors could be opened WITHOUT a shotgun just by kicking them hard to the side of the doorknob.
(Plus it seems like it would make the AR unbalanced.)
I've never heard of a home invasion where you'd have to shoot open your own doors to get to the invaders as a homeowner, but maybe home invaders have figured this all out, quietly locking doors and then stealing stuff. In that case, why yes! You'll have plenty of time to unlock the safe that your semi is in while the burglars lurk around downstaris, because you're a responsible gun owner and always keep it locked up..
|Doc Victor - 2016-01-06 |
Crye makes the best shit. Also costs beaucoup caps.
Cute shotgun, but I sure as hell don't want one hanging off my gun. unless there was some way to mount a derringer on the six12.
|BHWW - 2016-01-06 |
Of course, it's also able to be configured for standalone use, as a bullpup, i.e. the place where you load the metal things that go bang is located behind the make-bang switch...i.e. the firearm's action is behind its trigger group, leading to a shorter weapon for a given barrel length. Interesting concept, but I'll stick with my Mossberg. And Stevens. And Ithaca. And old-as-hell Remington.
|somedongus - 2016-01-06 |
Totally nonsensical, extremely heavy, guaranteed to be vaporwear. Not as cool as the streetsweeper from Deus Ex that you stick your whole arm through.
|Robin Kestrel - 2016-01-07 |
Ditch the breaching rounds and load it up with Dragon's Breath.
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