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Thread: 2014 SHOW SHOW: Crye Precision Six12 Shotgun

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dexter Morgan View Post
    Because depending on the RCMPs interpretation of "semi-automatic",
    a double-action revolver shotgun might need to be plugged at 5 rounds.
    guys cooommmoonnn....

    it has a revolver action it will be considered a hand gun stock or not overall lenghth means nothing here even # of centerfire rounds means nothing here if its got a revolver action its a hand gun.

    example : rossi circuit judge rifle

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    The rossi circuit judge rifle is considered a handgun because it was designed off of a pre-existing handgun frame. Last I checked, the six12 is an entirely new and exciting firearm.
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    Curious, for a set up like this, would you want the muzzle of the shotgun to be longer than the rifle or the opposite?

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    Quote Originally Posted by alpha niner View Post
    Curious, for a set up like this, would you want the muzzle of the shotgun to be longer than the rifle or the opposite?
    You want the shotgun to be longer because you might "press" it against the door (at an angle to relieve pressure). If the rifle was longer it would be in the way.
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    This is really cool and I can't see any reason why it'd be restricted or prohibited. Somebody in the black rifles forum mentioned something about the standalone stock making it a bullpup and thus prohibited. That doesn't make sense; the action is bullpup regardless of the standalone stock being attached or not. Whether the RCMP considers a double-action actuated cylinder to be "semi-automatic" or not I guess only time will tell. One would think that it would be considered manually actuated since the trigger pull is what actually actuates the cylinder to spin and "chamber" another round.
    Either way, you've gotta love the outside-of-the-box thinking from Crye and I'm looking forward to see more about these.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dexter morgan View Post
    that cylinder gap beside my ear would make me a little nervous.
    x2!!

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    I want one in .410 for my sr 22, why.... Why not!

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    That would be a cool partridge gun.

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    There is a collar that moves towards the cylinder as you pull the trigger to seal the gap kind of like the nagant except a collar moves instead of the cylinder.
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    Ism't there already those big old Russian revolver shot guns in Canada as non-res?
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