The Dangers of Short-Shucking Syndrome (VIDEO)

“Do you suffer from short-shucking syndrome? Early warning signs may include: less lead down-range, no recoil, insomnia, depression, and in extreme cases, temporary blindness.”

I found the solution to this, the semi-automatic shotgun.

Of course, it’s side-effects include, failure to cycle cheap birdshot and that shotgun cocking sound withdrawal, but I’ve managed to live with it for now.

Maybe I need to try the TriStar TEC 12.

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