I watched some show the other day, and they showed how door breaching is done with it. They use the teeth on the end of the muzzle brake thingy to bite into the door between the lock and the door frame to blast the mechanism out of the door. They set it into the door by jamming it straight on, then raise the butt end up in the air, and shoot. I guess this is to keep from hitting people inside, and blasts everything towards the floor. Honestly, it looks like it would be easier to do with a regular pistol grip butt stock, and regular fore end, just need the fancy muzzle break. Then at least you would have a practical weapon after the door is open, instead of that mall ninja contraption.It's designed for holding up against a lockset on a door and blasting it through. It has a vented muzzle end to relieve the pressure.
Yeah, i know about breaching. But who really needs a door breaching shotgun? Swat and police? Im just saying that for homeowner and civilian application...there are better more useful buys.It's designed for holding up against a lockset on a door and blasting it through. It has a vented muzzle end to relieve the pressure.
Those ridiculous muzzle breaks are actually used by professional shooters. Jerry Miculek is one of the few that I have seen use custom built shotguns with large muzzle breaks.Seriously?
Mossberg's introduced some ridiculous designs lately (eg, the "tactical" lever action, those ridiculous muzzle preaks on some of their shotguns), but the chainsaw is just plain stupid.
Sorry, I'd rather be able to aim my HD shotgun, and control it as well. I don't care if I look cool or not.
good god man, that's a hell of a woodshed you got.Well! I collect chainsaws but a Mossberg is not one of them!
I do however have about 15 Husqvarnas, 7 Jonsereds, a Mall, an Olympic, a couple Poulans, a Pioneer, a Solo, a Mono, 2 Montgomery wards, and 10 Homelites!