I guess you could call it a Zombie killer
IF YOU RUN, YOU'LL ONLY DIE TIRED
From time to time the need may arise to stick your zombie, too. M590, ghost rings, M9 bayo, 8 shot tube, 6 shot side saddle, 4 shot speedfeed and 1 in the pipe. 19 round capacity. Sara Brady loves this one!
Sleek, slender, and terribly inconspicuous...
Winchester 1897 16 gauge. Holds 5 in the tube and one in the chamber. I can also dump 6 shots quicker and more accurately than a DAO-12, thanks to my fully-choked barrel (factory), and my ever-so-head-turning "trombone" function.
It's also got an ingenious camouflage scheme... I call it "Manufactured in 1916..." NO ONE expects the type of thunder they get from this 'Sweet 16...'
To clarify for those not familiar with the legendary firepower the 1897 is capable of:
To "Trombone" the 1897 means to hold the trigger down and pump the slide frantically. No OOB detonations possible, since the hammer doesn't fall until the bolt is locked forward, and very low recoil from the 16 gauge round...
I usually keep 5+1 of 4 shot Winchester Super-X (lead shot) in her, but she won't stand straight up in the safe, so I gotta break her down to store her... She's the closest thing I have to a Safe Queen...
P.s. To break the whole "floor or bed" picture posting gig, I will introduce my own style of background...
"Drape her flag over an air hockey table, and start clicking away with the camera!"
Spas 12? better for Velociraptors innt' it?Originally Posted by tony
Here's one of mine - will post more pics later.
O.K. My favorite is my 12 gauge Ithica. Loaded with 00 Buck. Now what happens is if you miss the S.O.B. breaking into your house. What I do is have my .45 ACP Norinco strapped to my fire breather. Yup. Just when they think your out of ammo. Whammoo. Splat. Haaa.. This also give you a back up and time to reload.
To save money. I like to spray there face and eyes with Gun Scrubber. Also keep a 1 million power light handy to blind the intruder.
"Man needs but two things to survive alone in the woods. A blow up female doll and his trusty old AK-47" - Thomas Jefferson 1781