Why develop a .410 fire extinguisher shotgun?
Well, as they say, if you have to ask, you’ll never know.
Kudos to Mark Serbu, his friends Mike and Mike, and Youtube personalities: Royal Nonesuch and 50CalVal for putting it together.
It may not be practical. It may not be exactly safe in this early iteration. But it does highlight the ingenuity, the teamwork and the fun that characterizes much of this industry.
“I think we’re on to something here! Sure, it’s starting out as a single-shot .410 shotgun, but I can see a lot of possibilities with this! 20-gauge, 12-gauge, suppressed 9mm, .45, etc., etc.,” said Mark on his Youtube page.
“This is considered to be an NFA firearm in the United States (AOW: Any Other Weapon), and requires special paperwork before building (for individuals) or buying,” continued Mark.