Not Your Daddy’s Shotgun: A Look at Some Modern Shotgun Innovations “That ain’t your daddy’s shotgun, Cowboy” Looking at some of the newest scattergun technology, the average observer would likely agree.The shotgun concept is as old as gunpowder, but that doesn’t mean innovation has stopped. Quite the contrary: many people are once again looking at the shotgun as an effective tool for self defense and hunting, while others never left the platform. Here are just a few of the modern ideas surrounding the old smoothbore. Kel-Tec KSG One of the most popular new guns at the 2011 SHOT Show was the KSG 12 gauge shotgun from Kel-Tec.
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