Of course, NRA-trained, sensible gun owners don’t have to take Army Special Forces master door breacher Ronny Sweger’s opinion that Biden’s advice is ridiculous and downright dangerous. But out of respect to the man who was elected Vice President of the best country in the history of the world, I’ll look to the positive side of his statements on self-defense. Surely we can find some common ground, even in an era when anti-gunners think suspending an 8-year-old for biting breakfast pastries into the abstract shape of a gun is sensible. But I digress.
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Take the UTS-15, for example. It’s a bullpup-configured compact shotgun that holds 7 rounds in each magazine tube, plus one round in the chamber for a grand total of 15 shells. It feeds from each tube—either alternately, or from the tube of the shooter’s choosing. Therefore it’s possible to load 7 rounds of buckshot in one tube, and 7 slugs in the other, so you can shoot either when the self-defense scenario dictates. As a bonus, it can also be used for sporting purposes. I know this because I shot a nice gobbler with it this past spring. It handled beautifully, and, while I only needed one shot, I could have fired 14 more times if I missed or the turkey tried to get away. On the skeet field, I only had to reload once. Boom, times 25!
Of course there are other high-capacity shotguns available, like the dual magazine Kel-Tec KSG, the semiauto Remington VersaMax, which holds 8 shells, or the venerable Benelli M2 that’s stopped more bad guys than Batman.
To let him know how thankful they are for the advice, BullShooters’ readers are encouraged to get a shotgun. See one example below and feel free to send your own video in.
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