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Old September 14, 2021, 12:35 PM   #17
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The issue I have with the short stockless shotguns is that they are too big to be good handguns. So, in order to carry them they have to be slung, or possibly in a scabbard (on your back?) or in your hands.

Since that is the case, for bear protection while fishing, I think the lack of a stock is a drawback. As far as I can see, the lack of a stock only gives an advantage in how much storage space the gun takes up, and storage space is at the bottom of my priority list for such things.
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