How do you break in your barrels? Is it even worth it? The BullShooters investigate.
Chiappa's Triple Threat isn't really a shotgun you'd take out into the field, but any scattergun enthusiast should appreciate this one.The triple-barreled design is based on a traditional two-barrel shotgun design—with the third barrel resting on the top, giving the gun a pyramidal arrangement. The Triple Threat is designed to be a defense gun, and comes with a shorter stock that can be converted to a pistol grip.
Without question the short barrel improves the shotgun’s mobility in the woods, but is it a detriment to the load’s velocity, and therefore energy?