I saw some on Amazon and had no idea they made them. They have them for lots of popular calibers. Just wondering if anyone has ever tried them and I'm wondering how they could have any accuracy?
Madkaw is looking more and more attractive ever day!I don't get it at all. If you want your hunting dog to get used to the bang and you're too cheap to use real ammo in your shotgun, carry another gun and fire that. Personally I've never worked with a gunshy dog. In my experience they're so excited to be in the field that their only response to the shot is to perk up and look for the retrieve.
I also don't like the idea of sub-caliber munitions. Is there a respectable study showing that they don't damage the gun?
Great point. Same concept as swapping barrels on any gun.Maybe I am just warped, but my thoughts immediately went to how criminals could use this to throw off forensics. No rifling means no striations right?
That sorta reminds me of John Dillinger. He had his fingerprints burned off with acid, but then he became the only guy walking around without fingerprints, so it didn't really help much. Same could probably be said for a bullet with no rifling marks, although probably not as definitively as could be done with the marks. It would certainly narrow down the possibilities.Maybe I am just warped, but my thoughts immediately went to how criminals could use this to throw off forensics. No rifling means no striations right?