We talked about the forms (paperwork) required to build and sell an NFA (Federally regulated) firearm like the Tromix Micro-12 gauge Short Barrel Shotgun
When you want to be able to shoot 12g, 20g, .410 and .22lr from the same firearm, this is all you need. Three chamber adapters from Short Lane that fit inside one another
Alot of people are looking towards the shotgun as their “go to” home defense firearm and for good reason. A shotgun has alot going for it in a home defense situation ….. it’s simple to use, uses a highly effective round which is very versatile and just the look and sound of a shotgun is a very menacing thing, sometimes that alone can end an situation. Continue reading
This is a question that alot of new gun owners (and some experienced ones) have been asking for quite a long time.
The answer is a little complicated because there may not be one anser. Depending on who you talk to, different things might add up to a reliable firearm. Some people will choose the simplicity route and say that the simpler a gun is, with less moving parts, the more inherently reliable it is and there in alot of truth to that.Some people will say reliability comes from having a good reputation of being able to fire a certain number of rounds through a gun without a failure, and that too is an excellent way to gauge reliability. Others will say that a tried and true design like a bolt action rifle or 1911 pistol that has been battle tested for decades is the true test of reliability.
We use the Short Lane 12 gauge chamber inserts to shoot .22lr. We shoot from a short, modified shotgun and a standard hunting model.
We use the Short Lane 12 gauge chamber inserts to shoot .38 special. We shoot from a short, modified shotgun and a standard hunting model. While both shoot OK, the standard shotgun does much better with accuracy, probably because of its front sight bead