A Nurse with a Gun

Monday, November 03, 2008

Combat Shotguns & the AA-12



Anonymous Jack said...

Personally, I hate the thing.

12:39 AM  
Blogger Bob said...

Wonder if there's a way to transfer that recoil-dampening technology to pistols and rifles?

5:16 AM  
Blogger Weer'd Beard said...


Answer to a question nobody asked.

Less effective than an Assault Rifle, slightly more powerful than an SMG, and about as heavy as the pair of them taped together.


5:28 AM  
Blogger stbaguley said...

The pheasants are revolting! But seriously in urban close quarters, one of those in the sqad with ammo distributed amongst the other mules...terrifying prospect for the enemy. The target and what's behind it and what's next to it and what's above it and what's below it, heck whats's in front of it. Wonder what comes back uprange from those little grenades and how far? Also looks made to order for mounting on a predator drone (taget precision wise). War is hell for sure and truly.

7:56 AM  
Blogger The Saj said...

I'll take one...


9:45 AM  
Blogger The Saj said...

Got to admit, those little frag grenades are pretty sweet.

Who doesn't want a fin guided fragmentary grendade round for their 12 guage?

9:46 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am thinking that some of those frag shells with a timed fuse for my duck gun during waterfowl season would be interesting.

But then again as far as military applications why use 20 or so expensive finned 12 gauge shells to frag/HE a room with when one 40mm will do the same.

11:49 PM  
Anonymous Brent Crude said...

Weer'd beard says it all.

In the six day war, the Isreali's cleaned out the Syrian trenches on the golan, using uzi's, they handled faster and easier than the Syrian's AKs.

The Syrians did the dying and came second in the war.

That shotgun is big, numb and UGLY

6:55 AM  

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