- Feb 1, 2007
- Dallas, Texas
- 00 4Runner | 02 919 | 87 XJ6 | 86 CB700SC
To be honest, I'm more likely to end up keeping a shotgun with #4 buck in it in the bedroom than an AR. This has little to do with effectiveness (I'd rather have 30 rounds on semi-auto than 5 in a pump) and more to do with a) the setup I envision for my particular situation favors the shotgun"s design and construction; b) in my state a defensive shotgun would look significantly better in court; c) since the gun is more likely to get stolen from the master bedroom (even if locked up) than from my hidden safe, I'd rather they try to get the scattergun than the AR.
30 rounds of #4 buck out of a Saiga 12. Problem solved. Of course, there's probably going to be a bit of damage to the inside of your house at that point... And it probably isn't even vaguely legal in the People's Republic of Massholia.
There's a compliment, if I ever heard one
What was that, Mr. I'll Never Short Stroke A Shotgun? Hm? The advice I followed and passed on to you about people's tendency to short stroke (which you ignored) came from these same guys.