Chadster357: I know this shotgun cycles every type of round....however, it is more
likely to FTF FTE with light field loads.........so I would use 2 Hi-Brass
birdshot loads as my first 2 shots.
Robonthemoor: 6 shot game case will blow a person apart you don't need bigger" you need
smaller less than 21 grams 9 shot, try that at a cabbage it will blow it to
sh1t rags, I have named you danger man.
monster max: is it cool to keep your Mossberg 930 load all the time. Would it hurt the
vxAREKxv: Hey Pete, do the clining video. I just got my 590A1 yeasterday, +1 I like
extra round, you just never know....It's time for me to clean, will be nice
to do this "correct" way.
Jeremy Taylor: besides, 2 rounds is pre-meditated, an empty magazine is being scared for
your life, and while dead mean do tell tales, they don't give opinions or
TheLegumMagister: With this loading, Pete is attempting to show any potential (god forbid)
trial jury that he was endeavouring to act reasonably, using only
sufficient possible lethal force in a home defence situation, and that he
had considered his options and wished to minimise collateral damage to
innocent parties and to only use such force as was justified, escalating
that force if, and only if absolutely necessary, in order to preserve his
life and protect others.
TheMultiGunMan: ★★★★★ That's a bad-ass Shotgun!
leonard garrow: How long do you keep it loaded Pete? I was just asking b/c I've had shells
in my 870 for a few months now.
RisArms: Damn Pete you stirred up a hornets nest here with your pattern loading,
which I think is a good idea. Guys don't think for a second that birdshot
is not as lethal as buckshot at very close range. Up to 15 or 20 feet, it's
literally a column of lead coming at you. True it is less likely to go
through interior walls which is the purpose of loading it first, but it's
stopping power, again at CLOSE range, should not be under estimated. Just
stay with 6 shot or bigger.
Mr556tactical: I wanna see the rolled up cow tits, lol!
Texaspipester: That 930spx is next on my list. Great gun.
ShowMeAr15: I like this concept. You have to load it with what you are comfortable
shooting, and be aware of what is beyond your target. I see a lot of people
saying, why not just load 3" 00 buck magnums. Well in a row house, you end
up killing your neighbor too, that's why you don't. And yes number 6 shot
will kill someone at close distance. I know in the military they combat
load their shotguns, 1 round 00 1 slug and continue that pattern.
TheGunfighter45acp: @tylini I agree. To each their own/no flames on anyone, but the way I see
it, the more shots you take, the greater the chances you DO have of hitting
someone or something that you don't want to. Plus, like you said, you lose
the tatical advantage or may not get another shot/s, so why not start out
with the best round/s you have available to solidly put down/stop the
Gregor Rogers: Hey Pete do you know if I can get a peep sight and front sight like the
ones on the 930 for for my mossberg 500
joelfforeman: @WuBringsTheRuckus Because when he shoots someone and they live to sue or
their estate sues Pete for wrongful death, he can show he wasn't out to
kill anyone but only used the force necessary to defend himself and his
home (hence you start with less lethal ammo and work up to loads of last
resort that lessen the chance the intruder can keep advancing on you).
glockmeister26: I dont know how I feel about this load out yet.
P226nut: I do virtually the same thing first shot is bird (I think no. 8 shot IDK)
then buck and buck & ball alternating and the last two are slugs. my dad
always told me they'll being running from you not at you after the bird
27Turo: Also, statistics show that in a defensive shooting situation, accuracy of
the first and second shots are the only shots with a high probability of
hitting the target. The third shot barely has a 15% probability of hitting
its target, and the probability drops off even more for every shot after
that. Loading two birdshot first in a defensive shotgun is just asking the
attacker to continue. Loading large buckshot or slugs gives the highest
probability of stopping an attacker before they kill you.
brownb55: you want devastation go with 3 1/2 inch shell, stop being a kitty pete
Dan63558: is the 590 a better fighting shotgun then this one? thanks, Dan
Magniloquent Sobriquet: @WuBringsTheRuckus I think it's to avoid large amounts collateral damage to
his house, neighbors houses, cars, bystanders, things on the other side of
MH496: I wonder if the buckshot in the pdx1 spreads out from the slug any or do
they all hit at the same time.
ALLThingsEastCoast: Man, regardless of the round, with that many shot shells into the intruder
they're going to be hurtin'
Gabe Musashi: i only keep 3 shells loaded, for to not keep the spring compressed.
bill plaisted: @Gleyen just asking cause i live in the woods and that wouldnt be an issue
alienelements: i think i would do the same loadout but with #4 instead of #6 to get
through the clothing, or at least try. I live in alaska so 00 is usually
the way to go with slugs behind it. even if the #6 doest get all the way
through, how freaking scary would it be to get shot with a shotgun?
theARMORYchannel: @glockmeister26 what to feel about it? lol
machinegun911: thats the same 930 you've had right? I don't remeber the white thingy on
Bulwark1911: My system is just like yours, except I use 8 PDX-1. Pete, No.6 shot is
pretty light still, not as small as 7 1/2 or 9 of course. I recommend you
use High-brass #4's if you're gonna run a mixed bag. I know yours will run
anything, like my Benelli will. Low brass is too weak for human sized
targets, just think about it ok?
theARMORYchannel: bird shots not for freaken birds it depends on the size of the shot, once
again go get educated big mouth!!
Nefarious79: Considering the different recoil characteristics and possible POI change I
would stick to using 1 type of shotgun shell instead of alternating...Take
a combat shotgun class and it will make more sense...or buy the Magpul
Dynamic Shotgun DVD
Ann-Killshot Kelly: i dunno... i dont use my gun unless i mean to kill, it's a last resort.
also will happen like dumapies stated. if you want a detourant just pump
it. that has worked once for me
Rich Huff: Hey Pete, you need to load your magazine in reverse order. Last one in the
tube is the first one in the chamber.
Jeffrey Gleason: very similar to how I load my 590A1, (3) #8, (3) 00, (3) PDX great Pete!
hazman440: 3" 00 buckshot ... 15 pellets with alot of horsepower !
NickiSig: Thats a nice way to load that baby--- i dont think you got to worry about
crap once you get that mossberg in yout hands! Great vid Bro--
M Morlas: that field shot isnt going to go through multiple layers of thick clothing,
such as a carhart jacket much less penetrate flesh to incapacitate someone
which means they may have time to shoot back, stab you or what not even if
it does scare them enough to run away.
TheIronBandana: why did mine come with an AK style charging handle?
BleedingBullets4U: I seen someone shot with just regular #6 shot about twenty feet away it is
brutal at the damage regular #6 can do.
ervb84: If you keep the tube loaded wont the spring eventually fail? I've always
thought this thats why I just keep one chambered,and a few extra shells on
my nightstand. Any thought on this would be helpful,Thanks.
Jason Haveman: i have a quite similar setup, i have a 8 shot game load, 2 pdx1 s' and 2 1
oz. slugs... i'm only using the slugs cause i won't have to worry about
them penetrating the walls, i live in a log home, with nobody who lives
close. cool vid man thanks for sharing
Mickeyown: If the guy doesn't go down with the first shot, he's a freaking champ.
Eslamizar: Get you some dragon's breath lol jk.... you'll set the neighborhood on
wydeglyde00: short vid for good reason. The m4 is ridiculously superior- but at 2 or 3 x
the cost. Good gun ,but you get what you pay for. Just sayin.
forrestc3: i think one bird shot then the rest that pdx or buck shot would be the way
to go. i think your system is too complex.
stainlessfour5: That shotgun is awesome bro
bill plaisted: why not have all buck shot
Jeremy Taylor: i never understood the point of stacking the magazine. if you are in a
position to need to fire to defend your life, or your family, it makes
sense that it would not be in your best interest to give him a fighting
chance. load the most lethal, most likely to stop load you can find, and
shoot lots of them to ensure they cycle. if you actually did need to use
the gun, you would go on adrenaline, and would empty the magazine anyway,
whether you wanted to or not. (although there are exceptions)
jerseylion: Pete is da man
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