Quiet burner: A suppressed KEG entry gun in action (VIDEO)

Hank Strange meets with Safety Harbor’s Walter Keller II who breaks out a pistol-grip Kompact Entry Gun, adds a threaded barrel, slaps on a Salvo 12 gauge can, and gets to work.

Safety Harbor reworks Mossberg 500s and Remington 870s classed as an AOW with a $5 tax stamp into their KEG guns, with barrels that go all the way down to 7-inches.

And by adding a threaded barrel, they try one out with a SilencerCo shotgun suppressor for a very dramatic range toy.

Or alien repellent. Whatever, we don’t judge.

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