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Old 05-09-2019, 07:13 AM
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Originally Posted by Israel Putnam View Post
Sorry, I thought that "or already fatigued" was a restrictive modifier and therefore no comma was proper.

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Now if you'd misspelled something, that would have called for 50 push-ups....LOL
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Old 05-10-2019, 02:37 AM
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Originally Posted by leadcounsel View Post
Not in Canada.

I keep loaded gun in the house. Longguns have chambers empty but full magazines. Each requires full motion racking of the action/bolt.

I do have one 12 guage stored as I described. Only requires moving the bolt forward to chamber the shell. I'm going to inspect in 6 months, then 12 months, etc. to see if there's any accumulation of debris to prevent chambering. But overall, I'm thinking it's a pretty good way to + capacity in a stored pump gun, while eliminating any potential for AD, and reducing the complexity by removing 1/2 of the motion to load it.
Reason I was asking is I tried a similar thing with an AK pistol. ( This particular AK sports a notch in the safety selector switch that holds the bolt open. Smack the safety down to fire and bolt goes into battery at the same time)

In this case, debris accumulation is possible , as it is stored in a bag for a more portable purpose.
Fire would not be a likely factor in this case, and an AD/ ND near impossible.

Even though the same motions are required, I dropped the idea in favor of chambered rd with safety on.Primary reason = less noise.

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