Skip to comments..410 Shotgun Fire Extinguisher
Posted on 12/14/2016 8:56:52 AM PST by w1n1
Right Under your Nose!
Keeping a Concealed Weapon handy is almost better than concealing it in your Tactical Walls. If youre the kind of person that likes to have their concealed weapon around your house or office, then you need this .410 shotgun fire extinguisher.
Talk about right under your nose, having this shotgun disguised inside a fire extinguisher works great for a different kind real world emergency.
Functionality This idea is great but not practical at this point because it only shoots one round and it looks like you would have to unscrew the top to extract the shell. Obviously, this would be different if a newer version can shoot multiple rounds with a suppressor. See the video here.
What could go wrong. Oh yeah, a fire! And I’m standing there with a shotgun...
I clicked expecting a snake-charmer to have been loaded with fire-retarding foam-on-mix-and-impact load, which actually isn’t a bad idea, either, for small fires not next to a water source or extinguisher.
And then the 800 pound gorilla in the room, like accidentally shooting your neighbor while attempting to put out his grill fire.
Didn’t you have one of these in 12 gauge?
That’s what I thought, too. Kinda disappointed....
Not sure what problem this solves that an automatic under the counter or desk drawer wouldn’t solve just as well, but it is cool.
Then smoke starts pouring out of the copier and you end up explaining to the Xerox guy why it also has buckshot embedded in it...
“I clicked expecting a snake-charmer to have been loaded with fire-retarding foam-on-mix-and-impact load, which actually isnt a bad idea, ...”
LOL. Me too.
Me too. A .410 round that extinguishes fire would be very cool!
Disappointed to see the bottom of a fire extinguisher belching flame every 2 seconds on an endless loop.
...and shoot yourself right in the foot:
That would be an interesting way to disguise a silencer, too.
At least, it’d look cool in a movie.
Isn’t the idea of using .410 that it is (wink,wink) marked as .45 long Colts and a .410 just happens to fit thereby bypassing the SBRUB laws?
I think it is an amazingly stupid idea to disguise ONE piece of emergency equipment (a firearm) as ANOTHER piece of emergency equipment (a fire extinguisher).
You would be reaching for one or the other ONLY during a stressful moment of duress. Someone unaware of this switcheroo would be punished for acting CORRECTLY in an emergency. Stupid
Or even worse, a kid decides they want to play with the fire extinguisher...
Did they all buy their clothes at Goodwill?
“In case of fire, pull pin and WAIT NO NOT THAT PIN
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