Revolving shotgun

.410 shotguns fill a certain niche. In this case, low recoil, light weight and good balance permitting one-handed operation are important, as is the reduced report volume.

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11 Responses to Revolving shotgun

  1. Paul Koning says:

    I think this is one of those devices that the bad guys call an “assault weapon”.

    • WestonMoss says:

      Hehe, yep a shotgun with a revolving cylinder makes it a “street sweeper”, don’t you know.

  2. Lyle says:

    She’s a polo rules enforcer? Damn – they’re getting pretty strict about it I guess ; )

  3. MAJMike says:

    She needs either a sling on the shotgun or a shotgun boot on the saddle.

    Otherwise another beautiful image up to your usual standards.

  4. LarryArnold says:

    So the revolver-action long gun is making a comeback in shotguns. The Technical Specs leave me scratching my head, though. 10+1 Capacity but Action = Single shot, 12 grooves but a full choke?

    Our local gun store has a replica revolving carbine in .45 LC. It’s high on my “if I could afford one of everything” list.

    • Oleg Volk says:

      Tech specs were obviously copy-pasted with no attention to detail whatsoever. It holds five rounds.

  5. Lyle says:

    Kentucky Dragoon regiment?

  6. Sid says:

    What are the ballistic characteristics of the .45 LC in this barrel length?

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