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Triple Barrel Shotgun: Because More is Always Better, Right?

by Conner Flynn

Shotguns are great for dealing out the maximum damage over a large area. Double barrels, sawed off, it’s all good. But it doesn’t get any better than this triple barrel shotgun. Especially when you’re talking about the zombie apocalypse. You want something that takes their entire torso off.
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The Chiappa Triple Threat has three times the stopping power of a traditional shotgun. Zombies won’t stand a chance against this thing. Neither will aliens, mutants, or vampires.

That third barrel doesn’t come cheap though. This thing will cost you $1629(USD).┬áTotally worth it. This thing would probably put a hole right through an elephant. I wonder how many barrels it would take for the shooter get knocked on his butt from the kickback.

[via This Is Why I’m Broke]




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  1. Rob C says:

    Awesome, but wow someone arm would diffiently hurt after using this thing.

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