Skip to comments.BATF Seeks Ban on “Military” Shotguns: Over 5 Rounds
Posted on 05/28/2012 2:58:14 PM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
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“The guns must be used in sport, only.”
Clarification: OLD sports. “Three gun” shotguns don’t count.
“Sporting purpose” is whatever sport the BATFE purposes.
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It’s making the rounds again. Might be a different new version, as the wording is a bit different this time.
Who sells them, and weight?
More info here on it.
The price listed is $1,450.00 but I have seen them used for as low as $900 or so.
Any gun dealer who has an FFL should be able to order it for you.
Watches the video1
The only solution is to eliminate the BATF, every stinking tyrannical bit of it.
Why did you use a sarcasm tag?
You can't have a "well regulated militia" with weapons that aren't suitable for military use. This violates both the letter and the spirit of the Second Amendment.
Indeed. That would have been Sergeant Fred Lloyd with the 12-gage trench broom; York was a Tennessee born and bred rifle marksman:
The Winchester Model 97 -- firing a modern 12-gauge shell -- with pump action; six-round magazine capacity; and short, 18-inch barrel was brought over by American military police and infantrymen and soon became known as the "trench sweeper." An infantryman breaking into a trench could sweep both sides of it (to the depth of a passageway) with multiple buckshot rounds. Once leaders understood the 50-meter range of this weapon, it was employed with skill. A soldier with a shotgun, fast to pump and fire, could quickly suppress German trench assaults and clear dugouts with devastating effectiveness. Out of the trenches, the Model 97 cleared Germans out of farmhouses and buildings in French villages with equal effectiveness. On 27 September 1918, Sergeant Fred Lloyd, using a Model 97, advanced alone into a German-held village and began methodically clearing it, pumping and firing the shotgun as he moved. He finally collapsed with exhaustion after routing thirty German soldiers. The combat shotgun had earned its place as an Army secondary weapon.
Clearly you've never seen what the 120mm smoothbore main gun of an Abrams tank loaded with an XM1028 APERS round can do.
Isn’t this *precisely* the sort of arm protected by the second amendment?
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