I don't have much knowledge in this area, but I bet a reader does.
I don't own a shotgun with a barrel length less than 18 inches. Or with a short OAL. If I did I'd have to go through the whole ATF tax stamp rigamorole.
I know the attraction of a sawed off. It's easy to conceal and more wieldable in tight spaces. I also know that a short barrel means more shot spread and less effectiveness.
Is there some sort of optimal sawed-off length? Presumably 1 inch past the receiver is too short and just like a firecracker, and may even be dangerous for the user. I know the effective range drops with short barrels, but what is the recommended range with the ideal sawed-off length?
Kind of a silly notion to think on, and of little practical use, but what they hey. Knowledge is knowledge.
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