Careful You Don’t Step in It

From a gun buy back in Georgia:

“Now what you have here is a sawed-off, 12-gauge shotgun,” he said, snapping the weapon’s foldable stock into place. “A very good street sweeper. You can conceal this gun and take out a room full of people with one shot.”

Follow the link and see the picture. Does it look sawed off to you? Me neither.  I thought it was what was on the table, but it looks like he is holding some type of zip gun in his hand.  Either way, sawed off shotguns don’t spread their pattern quite wide enough to take out an entire room with one shot.

3 Responses to “Careful You Don’t Step in It”

  1. thirdpower says:

    mmmm. Fresh Hollow Points. I hate it when they’re stale.

  2. Ray says:

    It’s very hard to tell, but what the chief appears to be holding looks like a Harrington & Richards (or similar style) single shot break action shotgun that had been sawed off at the barrel. Still, it’s not the room broom that he claims it is.

  3. chris says:

    “”This is a Reuger 9mm,” he said, taking the ammunition clip that was with the gun out of the bag. “But this is the 75-round clip that came with it.””

    ive never heard of that brand… and i cant imagine a 75round 9mm mag being much use for anything… thats a big damn mag… heavy too… and converted to full auto? i suppose that it is easy if you know a good gunsmith, but most of those work a real job for a living…

    man i love gun-buybacks though… what a great way to get $50 for a broken gun that you cant sell anywhere else…