Video of the Kel-Tec KSG shotgun being fired. It doesn’t look bad at all for a 12 gauge. Muzzle flip seems pretty mild. The inline design probably helps there.
Chris Byrne looks at 1000 yard rifles and what it costs to run 10,000 rounds through them when you include the rifle, reloading components and barrels. .338 Lapua and .50 BMG are expensive, bubba.
New S&W Bodyguards. Major re-design with plastic frame, completely new assembly procedure, ambidextrous cylinder release and integrated laser. Yee haw.
I don’t mean to cast aspersions on any certain demographic, but in my experience, the Venn diagram of those who are willing and able to dump a kilobuck on a brand-name Scandium alloy revolver and those who think a .410 revolving shot pistol is the bee’s knees contains very little in the way of overlap.
Meanwhile Taurus ups the ante by showing off a 28 gauge Taurus Judge. So .410 is roughly 64 gauge. Going from .410 to 28 gauge is a pretty big step. Shotgun shell revolvers aren’t my cup of tea, but I’ll bet this will rekindle interest in 28 gauge guns and ammo. I always like seeing old cartridges make a comeback, so I see the 28 gauge Judge as a good thing.
Top Shot Season 3 is casting. Thanks to Andrew for the tip.