The NEARLY IMPOSSIBLE To Get Gun That You’ll Want To Try [Video]

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Everyone has experiences that they’ll just never forget. Maybe it was that time that you fell off of the high dive into the deep end at the pool. Or maybe it was the first time that you drove your friend’s 66 Mustang (painted metallic electric blue, of course).

Or maybe it was the first time that you fired that firearm that turned you on to gun ownership.

I’ll never forget the first time that I shot a 10 gauge and a 12 gauge shotgun (same day). I was a young teen, and the kick almost knocked me off of my feet (it would have if I hadn’t received the excellent advice to lean into it before pulling the trigger). I loved it. Just an amazing experience.

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So, when I saw a video about a rare Russian shotgun (at least rare in the U.S.), I will admit that, seeing it, I would just love to get my hands on one of these to try it. Why? Because it’s a 4 gauge shotgun. That’s not a typo. 4 gauge. And we have it on video from Kentucky Ballistics. You can watch his test shots (along with his silly sense of humor in the video below).

Did you see what that shotgun did to those cans of soda? Just unbelievable! And, yes, he did say that only about 30 were imported into the U.S., so, you may have to hunt a while to get your hands on one.

You can tell that this guy had great fun doing this video, though, and taking this shotgun out to the range. I know that I would have, too.

So, if you have the time to do some hunting and want to put your hands on a bit of a rarity among legal firearms (and if you appreciate the video game humor that comes to mind with calling it the BFG-1, as in “Big {edited}ing Gun” 1), it may be worth your time to search out and find a BFG-1.

If you do, be sure to come back and tell us all about it.

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