Common Problem of Fabarm Shotguns: Broken Firing Pin

Off-topic today. Here is what happened to Fabarm shotgun of one of the shooters on recent training:

Fabarm Shotgun: Broken Firing Pin
Fabarm Shotgun: Broken Firing Pin

Broken firing pin is very common problem of Fabarm shotguns.

Dry fire lasers make your dry fire trainings fun! I own iMarksman dry fire laser insert for some time and really happy with it.

You receive 9mm laser cartridge and 12 Gauge adapter. So you can use it for both your handgun and shotgun.

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New Recoil Reducing Stock Adapter for Shotguns

Recoil Reducing Stock Adapter for Shotguns
Recoil Reducing Stock Adapter for Shotguns

There were several posts about Enidine recoil reducing stock tube for shotguns:

Enidine Shot Shock Hydraulic Recoil Reducing Stock Tube Review

Enidine Shot Shock Hydraulic Recoil Reducing Stock Tube

But later that recoil reducing stock tube was discontinued. Now recoil reducing stock tube is back under new name: Crosshair.

More information: Recoil reducing stock adapter for shotguns

I’ve bought a rifled choke a lot of time ago. Finally, I have tested it on the range today. Rifled choke is believed to stabilize a projectile in flight giving it a spin and better accuracy.

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First rule of home defense: “If you can’t identify a target you can’t shoot it”.

That is extremely important because you must not shoot a target that you can’t see and identify. If you hear something downstairs during the night you need to check what it is (of course, calling Police first is a wise idea).

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Received ZSM Flashlight Mount for Tactical Shotguns and Elzetta Flashlight. Mount is lightweight, looks very interesting, easy to install. Flashlight looks bad ass!

What I like is that it is not possible to scratch a shotgun using ZSM Flashlight Mount for Tactical Shotguns. It is made of plastic but holds magazine tube and flashlight reliably.

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Typically, a double-barreled shotgun will be a breakaway, where the barrel bends forward to load the shells. The breakaway position is how the weapon is usually carried when unloaded so everyone can plainly see the firearm is not loaded. This method of display is particularly important when you are at the firing range.

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