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JJ_BPK
05-11-2011, 05:31
Who was asking about home protection ammo???



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Jthw4j0s4Q

Dragon's Breath usually refers to a zirconium-based pyrotechnic shotgun round. When the round is fired, sparks shoot out to about 5 m (20 feet).While it has few tactical uses, the visual effect it produces is impressive, similar to that of a short-ranged flamethrower.


At the end of this video by "Professional Russian" he fires the Dragons Breath ammo. Watch the breach as he cranks the action. This ammo must be self-cleaning??? :eek:




https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RP4FjODPDFA&feature=player_embedded

Please remember"

"Do not try this at home, unless you are a Professional Russian"


At your local Wally World,, well maybe,, just saying.. :D

http://www.firequest.com/exotic-shotgun-ammo.html

I think if you were to fire one round over the heads of any recalcitrant home invaders,, you would get their attention... :lifter

ES 96
05-11-2011, 05:59
I think if you were to fire one round over the heads of any recalcitrant home invaders,, you would get their attention... :lifter

Yeah as you light your drapes and/or furniture on fire :D

The comment below the vid whether true or not illustrates another possible outcome of using this over buckshot:

my dad shot a burglar with one that was loaded by accident he caught on fire and sued us

Masochist
05-11-2011, 06:34
The first pic makes it seem a little more powerful than 20 foot range. According to the back of the box (second pic), it's good past 100 YARDS. :eek:

Yeah as you light your drapes and/or furniture on fire :D

The comment below the vid whether true or not illustrates another possible outcome of using this over buckshot:

I don't know why, but the thought of a flaming intruder made me laugh out loud. :D

The antihero
05-11-2011, 08:03
I saw the "professional russian" video yesterday and my first thought was that he must have doused the mannequin's clothes with gas or some other flammable, which would also explain the furios way the mannequin keeps burning on the ground. In this FLETC video (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lda2vkf6F9U) the effects of a dragons breath on clothing (12:40) are not nearly as spectacular. Or maybe dragons breaths have gone a long way since 1997.

tonyz
05-11-2011, 08:33
I don't know why, but the thought of a flaming intruder made me laugh out loud. :D

I hear that you can get some of those in San Francisco...;)

dr. mabuse
05-11-2011, 09:53
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Roguish Lawyer
05-11-2011, 13:29
The package says it goes to 100 ft, I'm told.