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I feel bad now for pointing that out to you. It pisses me off when the people who are supposed to be on our side (Gun Dealers) end up screwing gun owners because they cant be bothered to learn/understand the laws which govern the business they have chosen.
Well, I'm no expert either, but I think the issue with threads on the outside is that you could in theory attach a muzzle break, or silencer?
It's a flash suppressor they're worried about (for some reason ), not a muzzle break or silencer. I don't think they're worried about a flash suppressor on a shotgun because they basically don't exist (yes, I know, they're out there, but... come on, wtf?)
He posts on the forum as one-eyed jack. He's been at several members shoots in Athol. My avatar is a pic of me shooting it.
I'm no expert but wouldn't most shotguns have threaded barrels for chokes ?
Only difference is the threads are on the inside.
Haha, I'm saving my pennies!!
Suit yerself, but you'll miss out on some serious fun, lunches, group buys, (Whoops forgot yer savin' pennies...) tours of the S&W facility, some of the best training oppourtunities, hunting trips, fishing trips, Karma's = free stuff (You are savin' pennies - right?) and the priviledge of hangin' with some of the most knowledgable shooters and all around great people you've ever met !
But, that's just my opinion.
Whatever that thing is, it won't work. Jack.
What gave it away? The fact the bore hole on the can is 1/3 the size of the bore on the barrel? More seriously I suspect you mean the size of the can is not sufficient to handle the amount of gas a shotgun round produces.