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hogdogs
November 15, 2008, 02:11 PM
I noticed a Mossberg 930 "tacticool" is fitted with a breacher tip... Question is... "Wouldn't a breacher fired against a lock cause a significantly higher barrel gas pressure?" Would this harm the gas system? Would it cause it to operate differently? I realize there are vent slots but do not see them being as efficient as the open muzzle...
Brent

Scattergun Bob
November 15, 2008, 04:18 PM
Royal Arms has been in the business of door breaching for 25 years, check out their products under Breaching Barrels.
http://www.royalarms.com/

Breaching standoffs were developed to give the barrel crown a break. The port help stabilize pressure until recoil moves the scattergun backward.

I have never tried a breaching round or standoff in a glass op gun, however I have seen the M-4 digest them just fine.

Good Luck & Be Safe