Because double action. AKA semi auto shotgun. ITT: Not allowed at the fudd clay range. AFLAC: You will never be familiar shooting the shotgun you would trust your life to.
I'm average to below average in strength so if I came out from a corner and someone grabbed the barrel I would most likely become disarmed where as with a pistol I can have it hugged closer to my chest with my other arm reaching out in front of me.
Honestly I wouldn't even shoot a .45 indoors without serious ear pro. I shot my friends rock island in the middle of a field with no earplugs, I couldn't even do a full mag, it was that painful.
I can stand 5 rounds of 54R without ear-pro, but 4 rounds of .45 and I quit. The 911 call after you fire the weapon would be terrible, yelling into the phone at the dispatcher and asking "What?!?" every 30 seconds.
Because point blank FMJ does this.
>Put switch on full retard
>Put rifle firmly under shoulder
>Use free hand to keep enemy from trying to grab the rifle
If the room is so tight that you can't slice the pie you should be able to make due without the pie to.
Bruh, you dead-ass trying to pass off a person lying on the floor with ground beef on their face and a prop gun sans trigger from a grade school theatrical rendition of peter pan in their hand as some bestgore.com shit?
That's not real, I've been to suicide scenes where real shotguns were used. It's not pretty. Nor are the ones who fuck it up and survive with no face.
The reason I don't use it for home defense is because I live in the city and buck shot over penetrates like a motherfucker at these ranges.
Ok me again >>28707979
pic related. It's not exact, but it's close.
It's not even same shirt baka
Also in the mailman's testimony he didn't even think Cobain was dead at first; meaning no mess
Lol I never understood people training using the the Iscocles stance with all your weight forward in an unnatural postion and your gun outstreched in your arms in front of you to train for what is to be a fast and close range and dynamic defensive firearms encounter.
For fighting in the home or at near contact distances, it makes more sense to take a weave stance that comes out of a natural boxers/judo/atheltic stance (knees slightly bent and shoulder with apart and slightly staggered, body slightly bladed), or even CAR if you know you are not going to engage a target past 7 yards