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Thread: Revolver Shotgun May 2018

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    After the three rounds are fired there isn't much point in worrying about the 2 blank chambers. The shotgun needs to be reloaded.

    Quote Originally Posted by Myotis View Post
    So if I understand you correctly, you're saying you have to double action twice (or dry fire and cock again) or manually rotate the cylinder to get to past "blank" chambers? If that's true, that's super cumbersome. I assumed it would have had a different step setting on the ratchet of the center pin, so that there is just a longer revolution (which might make double action even harder) to the next available chamber (on the 3 chamber cylinder), but otherwise functions normally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swami View Post
    After the three rounds are fired there isn't much point in worrying about the 2 blank chambers. The shotgun needs to be reloaded.
    Oh, for some reason I pictured it more symmetrical, as in the blanks between the available chambers - but in thinking about it now, that wouldn't have worked either, because it's a 5 chamber cylinder, not a six, so the blanks spaces wouldn't be evenly spaced going down to three. All 3 chambers next to each other with the same spacing as the 5 cylinder would be a lot easier to manufacture and make a lot more sense, just have to make sure you start on the correct first chamber and good to go. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aniest View Post
    General Regulations section Page 25: "You must plug a semi-automatic or repeating shotgun so that it will not hold more than a total of three shells in the chamber and magazine combined."
    Is a pump action a repeating shotgun? Does this mean I can load up 16 rounds in my DP-12 and go Grouse hunting?

    I don't see anything about it saying pump action has to be limited for hunting, although that was what I was always under the impression and that is also what it says here:


    https://www.ontario.ca/faq/do-i-need-plug-my-12-gauge-shotgun-so-it-only-holds-2-shells-magazine-when-im-hunting

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    Quote Originally Posted by kcampbell View Post
    Is a pump action a repeating shotgun?
    A pump would be a repeating shotgun, so you'd have to plug it. A bolt action or lever action would also be a repeating. Any gun that has a magazine (detachable or not) or cylinder that holds ammo in the gun is a repeater. Basically only a break barrel is not considered a repeating firearm.

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    I hadn't even thought of that. It would be a pain for sure if you don't centre the 3 rounder on the first go. Especially if you are hunting, have your shot lined up and hear a click because you missed the mark.

    Quote Originally Posted by Myotis View Post
    Oh, for some reason I pictured it more symmetrical, as in the blanks between the available chambers - but in thinking about it now, that wouldn't have worked either, because it's a 5 chamber cylinder, not a six, so the blanks spaces wouldn't be evenly spaced going down to three. All 3 chambers next to each other with the same spacing as the 5 cylinder would be a lot easier to manufacture and make a lot more sense, just have to make sure you start on the correct first chamber and good to go. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tinman304 View Post
    I wish this was 12 gauge
    Me Too, 12 gauge would be wild.

    Maybe in the future?

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    I like the revolver style shotgun, good to see it NR. I have never been a fan of .410 tho'....under powered and over priced IMHO....love to see a version in 45-70 or 44mag...and as short as OAL allows for a NR bush rifle.....I would be on that in a second
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    Is it possible to use .410 adapters in the cylinder? Kind of like people do with the Taurus Judge? ( www.youtube.com/watch?v=k31SVaRjw_U )

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    Quote Originally Posted by slim123 View Post
    I like the revolver style shotgun, good to see it NR. I have never been a fan of .410 tho'....under powered and over priced IMHO....love to see a version in 45-70 or 44mag...and as short as OAL allows for a NR bush rifle.....I would be on that in a second
    Reloading 410 is fun!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BC Buddy View Post
    Is it possible to use .410 adapters in the cylinder? Kind of like people do with the Taurus Judge? ( www.youtube.com/watch?v=k31SVaRjw_U )
    Not sure how accurate it would be at anything other than short range?
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