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"Thunder Gauntlet" by Nutnfancy, 2009

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Uploaded on Aug 7, 2009

"InadvertentSmell" and Nutnfancy continue the workout of three quintescential combat pump shotguns after an already long day (12+ hrs) of shooting in the mountains.: the Remington 870, Mossberg 590A1, and Winchester 1300. Son "TacticalDoodle" bailed on this session to hang out with his chick so it was just Smell and I doing trigger duty. Previous testing that day (and previous ones) had taken place high in the mountains and other desert locations. Official slug testing ensued and yielded surprisingly effective results for a simple bead sight at 60 yards (laser measured). Fighting both the rapidly waning light and threathening thunderstorms,. we pressed forward into the "Gauntlet," a dry river ravine I set up where we engaged three steel plates in rapid succession (Actiion Targets "Evil Roy" targets on stands). As usual I like getting the heart pumping and adrenaline flowing a bit for all my shooting so running the Gauntlet and its uneven terrain was the order of the night; challenging to keep footing, locate, engage, and reload with speed. A couple of transitions to the Taurus PT1911/Kimber .22 conversion were irrestible. As night fell we lost light for more visible camera shooting but many rounds had been sent and conclusions drawn: all three shotguns performed impressively...fast, accurate, and reliable. (This vid is a companion to my "Combat Shotgun Shootout!" tabletop series.)/////////// Music used is my own and from both Jimmy G and Kevin MacLeod. Their websites are www.jimmyg.us and www.incompetech.com respectively.

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