Well.... that's certainly a tricked out shotgun. I'm a little confused by all the gadgetry. Must way 10 lbs.Looks cool though.
now i have to go read my old SGN's.. one of the shooties used by the military could slam fire on ya.. thing is it's not all bad.. quess in trench warfare having a shootgun you could "fan" was good stuff.. just hold down the trigger.. everytime you jack a round that puppys down range..
trying to think of the gun.. not a wingmaster.. i had an 870 and would remember.. savage maybe..guess i better look it up.. or one of you guys who know shootguns could jump in here.. was it an old winchester maybe... sheesh..
hey pard.. think i found that 9 cylinder for ya. braaahhaaa.
could slam fire if i remember right,used to be NCOIC of the shotgun range for a while,all we had was ithica,Winchester,and Remmy 870s.
Ithaca 37, Winchester 12, Stevens 520, and Remmy 870. I qualify this with a caveat, it depends when it was made. Some lawyer asshole at some point caused all these makers to start using disconnectors for safety. The burglar's, I'm assuming.