A must-read, and fun too

A must-read, and fun too

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    A must-read, and fun too

    Check out this post from a Nigerian shotgunner on The Firearm Blog.

    The guy managed to get himself a Mossberg 12Ga, for which he fabricated a buttstock and homemade slugs out of birdshot.

    Great stuff: [Guest Post]: Local ingenuity: global adaptations … [ Part 5 ] | The Firearm Blog

    You can follow his story over the course of several posts there.


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