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    Ultimate Weapon-close quarter

    This is one bad dude, I see it is available to the public in semi-auto. Any one know one of these dealers

    http://www.kriss-tdi.com/products/kr...so-45-acp.html

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    Ultimate Weapon-sniper rifle


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    Quote Originally Posted by acmanko View Post
    This is one bad dude, I see it is available to the public in semi-auto. Any one know one of these dealers

    http://www.kriss-tdi.com/products/kr...so-45-acp.html
    a Colt 1911 Government model still is one of the best cqb weapons out there, either that or an 18" shotgun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bwalley View Post
    a Colt 1911 Government model still is one of the best cqb weapons out there, either that or an 18" shotgun.
    I agree

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    can't hardly beat a Tactical 12ga in CQB. But that Kriss super V looks like it might be a whole bunch of fun to shoot?
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    is the dumbest thing I have ever done

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    A shotgun in close quarters is basically a large bore rifle.

    That said, it IS what I would reach for in dire need simply because it is what I am comfortable with and I know I can put a whole pile of lead on target in a hurry with it.

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    they only been around for a few years and may have "issues"

    http://www.kriss-tdi.com/dealers/dea...e-a-refit.html

    seems they are having a wee bit of trouble with their ejectors
    BEING AN ADULT

    is the dumbest thing I have ever done

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    I like a 45 pistol, but once things get to where a pistol is being used, things have gotten out of hand and when things get out of hand a 12 ga shotgun with 000 Buck is the preferred weapon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bwalley View Post
    I like a 45 pistol, but once things get to where a pistol is being used, things have gotten out of hand and when things get out of hand a 12 ga shotgun with 000 Buck is the preferred weapon.
    Ever pattern one at close range?

    Doesn't matter if you're shooting 000 buck or #7 1/2 shot, it just blasts a big azz hole in stuff.


    Buckshot is no more effective than anything else at ranges seen during defensive use.

    Shotguns give a psychological edge to both the user AND the victim, but NO real advantage. Actually, there may be a tactical advantage to using a pistol rather than a shotgun simply because it can be handled easier in close quarters where even a short barrelled shotgun is a large weapon.

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    Speaking of Shotguns, I have an old 16 gauge bolt action. Anyone else have a 16 gauge. I can find some birdshot every once in awhile and lucked into some buckshot not to long ago. Any idea where to find more buck shot or slugs?

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    https://shop.rcbs.com/WebConnect/Mai...&route=C04J148

    I'm thinking this would probably be the best way to get what you want.

    My service manager shoots a 16 and he loads all of his own.

    The 'sweet 16' is just about dead anymore because in America, bigger is better.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by jpsmith1cm View Post
    https://shop.rcbs.com/WebConnect/Mai...&route=C04J148

    I'm thinking this would probably be the best way to get what you want.

    My service manager shoots a 16 and he loads all of his own.

    The 'sweet 16' is just about dead anymore because in America, bigger is better.....
    anything a 16 or 20 ga can do, a 12 ga can do better.

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