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    Quote Originally Posted by Gilligan View Post
    That's not a good response plan to begin with, when there are so many other options. ;-)
    ... pressurize gasoline or other flammable liquid through the lawn sprinklers, an electrified net with launcher, a few angry/hungry bears released from hidden cages...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gilligan View Post
    Uncle Joe said we should grab a shotgun and just shoot through the door with that.
    On Right .... that will be easier to defend in Court

    a Mossberg 500 is not a 'military' style weapon ...... 00 Buckshot / Slug / 00 Buckshot / Slug / 00 Buckshot / Slug / 00 Buckshot
    We’re tempted to suggest a conspiracy here — but it’s just liberals agreeing yet again that conservatives have hidden, evil motives, because modern liberals simply can’t conceive of any other reason to disagree with the liberal consensus.

    “Moral precepts are constant through the ages and not obedient to circumstances.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by GURPS View Post
    On Right .... that will be easier to defend in Court

    a Mossberg 500 is not a 'military' style weapon ...... 00 Buckshot / Slug / 00 Buckshot / Slug / 00 Buckshot / Slug / 00 Buckshot
    Uncle Joe tole us to do it that way.

    I keep one of the shotguns loaded with these.. Did you know that human hair and most clothing are very flammable?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyle View Post
    ... pressurize gasoline or other flammable liquid through the lawn sprinklers, an electrified net with launcher, a few angry/hungry bears released from hidden cages...
    To start with.....




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    Quote Originally Posted by GURPS View Post
    On Right .... that will be easier to defend in Court

    a Mossberg 500 is not a 'military' style weapon ...... 00 Buckshot / Slug / 00 Buckshot / Slug / 00 Buckshot / Slug / 00 Buckshot
    They have been issuing 590's and then 590A1's for years..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gilligan View Post
    Uncle Joe tole us to do it that way.

    I keep one of the shotguns loaded with these.. Did you know that human hair and most clothing are very flammable?

    I always wondered who the white guy was that bought them out at the Chantilly show.
    Did you get some of the Gaucho lasso shells along with them?
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    Quote Originally Posted by black dog View Post
    I always wondered who the white guy was that bought them out at the Chantilly show.
    Did you get some of the Gaucho lasso shells along with them?
    Thought about it. Bought a bunch of his flechette-filled shells instead. The 20-rd drum for the Saiga has 00 - Dragons Breath - flechette - Dragons Breath - 00 sequence loaded. ;-)

    Old buddy of mine - since passed - that spent a lot of time patroling indian country in Vietnam showed me how to load what they called a "brush cutter" shell. Two pieces of piano wire twisted to make a cross and then small crimp-on lead fishing weights put on the end of each leg. Wind that in horizontal plane in to small "disk" around a simple mandrel made from sticking 4 finishing nails in to the end of a wood dowel that is roughly same diameter as 12-ga. Stack several of those wound up disks in shell..as many as will fit.

    Amazing how much brush one of those will clear out with one or two shots. I'd always wondered what that mess looked like coming out of the end of the barrel if you filmed it in slow motion..LOL.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gilligan View Post
    Thought about it. Bought a bunch of his flechette-filled shells instead. The 20-rd drum for the Saiga has 00 - Dragons Breath - flechette - Dragons Breath - 00 sequence loaded. ;-)

    Old buddy of mine - since passed - that spent a lot of time patroling indian country in Vietnam showed me how to load what they called a "brush cutter" shell. Two pieces of piano wire twisted to make a cross and then small crimp-on lead fishing weights put on the end of each leg. Wind that in horizontal plane in to small "disk" around a simple mandrel made from sticking 4 finishing nails in to the end of a wood dowel that is roughly same diameter as 12-ga. Stack several of those wound up disks in shell..as many as will fit.

    Amazing how much brush one of those will clear out with one or two shots. I'd always wondered what that mess looked like coming out of the end of the barrel if you filmed it in slow motion..LOL.
    Sounds interesting, I ended up with a 50bmg can full of fletchetts from doing loading dock dealings when Talon Industrys was still demilling in pawpaw. Other than like you say load them in shotshells there's not alot to do with them unless we have internal conflict..

    Edit,. The only reason I would pickup shotgun is because the Sig's are empty and I haven't gotten to my rifle yet..
    Last edited by black dog; 11-09-2018 at 11:18 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by black dog View Post
    Sounds interesting, I ended up with a 50bmg can full of fletchetts from doing loading dock dealings when Talon Industrys was still demilling in pawpaw. Other than like you say load them in shotshells there's not alot to do with them unless we have internal conflict..

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    Back when making stuff go boom was my job, I had opportunity to test and evaluate a number of different flechette designs for use in 2.75" rocket warheads. Some of them were pretty amazing..the larger 0.25" diameter ones made of tungsten, for example. Those were used in the attack on that Iranian minelaying vessel, Iran Ajr, back in the 80s. As soon as I saw pics of the damage I knew exactly what they had been hit with. The guys flying the little birds loved them those flechette rounds.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gilligan View Post
    Back when making stuff go boom was my job, I had opportunity to test and evaluate a number of different flechette designs for use in 2.75" rocket warheads. Some of them were pretty amazing..the larger 0.25" diameter ones made of tungsten, for example. Those were used in the attack on that Iranian minelaying vessel, Iran Ajr, back in the 80s. As soon as I saw pics of the damage I knew exactly what they had been hit with. The guys flying the little birds loved them those flechette rounds.
    Neat stuff, the can I have is mixed if I remember right, short and long like an inch long and a inch and a half long. I thought they were pulled from 120mm rounds?
    We got all kinds of stuff from Talon.. I miss the old days,,, #Sadface....
    Think of the fun stuff that could be demilled and sold from the last 20 years..
    I believe what I have are steel, there was rust on them when I got them..
    Last edited by black dog; 11-09-2018 at 11:45 AM.
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