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Now it is BP, but WOW, talk about CQD!!!

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10 minutes ago, gary_boom said:

My hands say no!

My hands hurt just looking at it.

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43 minutes ago, bigun said:

My hands hurt just looking at it.

Use two hands. 🙂

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I like the Diablo. Don't believe I'd ever shoot it though.

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Somebody's got to pick one up and give us a range report.

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This could be dangerous at both ends.

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Be a bad ass home defense gun, would hand load some brass shells for it. Be a real room cleaner. 

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4 hours ago, owejia said:

Be a bad ass home defense gun, would hand load some brass shells for it. Be a real room cleaner. 

Nope, they are Muzzle Loaders, black powder only. If you could put a shell in to them the .gov just might come a ask a few questions.

I am thinking of getting the Diablo Break Open, 30 grans of powder a card and wad, some buck shot with an over card and just see how it shoots.

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6 hours ago, RED333 said:

Nope, they are Muzzle Loaders, black powder only. If you could put a shell in to them the .gov just might come a ask a few questions.

I am thinking of getting the Diablo Break Open, 30 grans of powder a card and wad, some buck shot with an over card and just see how it shoots.

Never had any BP guns, but that sure is interesting. If you get one...keep us/me informed.

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I want someone else to buy it.... and let me shoot it...once

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1 hour ago, 1fast4by said:

I want someone else to buy it.... and let me shoot it...once

Ok deal, just cost ya 100 dollars!

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 This one's not a muzzleloader and doesn't look like my type of fun :o

 

Ever wonder why shotguns tend to come standard with shoulder stocks? Well, it's because of the incredible amount of recoil they can produce. That is why a pistol chambered for a 12-gauge shotgun shell is a really bad idea.

In a video shared on Youtube by The Canadian Gun Vault Inc. shows a weapon that has been designated as a pistol. That strange occurrence happened through a shipping error and the laws then considered these pistols instead of shotguns. The Rossi 12 Gauge Shotgun Pistol then became a rare but real weapon. This shooters fires just a couple hot shotgun slugs out of this wicked little beast before he calls it quits.

Wrist breaking recoil is what can be expected from this Rossi 12 Gauge Shotgun Pistol. Would you be brave or foolish enough to fire it yourself?

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omg that Rossi shotgun pistol looks painful!  I would like to see how it prints with #1 buck...i'd say it would cover a room at any distance...still that would be a last resort shot.

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