Shotgun Flashlight

The latest in mall cop defense:

CSG AOW .410 companion mag-3 d cell light/ flashlight gun….. new release ….. a joint project from csg and asi —- a new updated version of the .410 mag type flashlight firearm……. these units have an all steel fire control, barrel and chamber assembly…. the fire control unit screws into the flashlight body and allows use of a .410 shot shell that fires from the bottom cap and with this removeable assembly allows for simple flashlight battery replacement…. the steel barrel/chamber assembly then screws into the fire control housing to make for a lifetime use unit…. the older types screwed steel into aluminum which in short order would wear the soft metal threads and render the firearm useless and un-repairable…..superior manufacturing & design – flashlight is still operational —– very cool – truly a “last chance” back-up defensive weapon…. for a compact top quality back up .410 aow and flashlight the csg companion .410 is it. $895

I can see it now… mall cop tries to kick teenagers out of parkade where they are causing trouble; teenagers tell the mall cop to take a hike.  Mall cop blasts a hole in one of their skateboards with some flashlight .410 goodness. u mad?

Source – Autoweapons.com

Autoweapons always has some cool stuff… too bad they use only capital letters like they are going out of style, and have less respect for grammar and punctuation than I do.

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That one guy May 6, 2011 at 01:56 am

Mall cop blasts a hole in one of their skateboards with some flashlight .410 goodness.

And then he gets fired :/

Whatever, i want one. And the fact that it’s .410 means i can somehow dangerously finagle it to fire .45 long. It may explode in my hand, but at least your hand is entirely missing :D

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RWC May 6, 2011 at 11:19 am

I thought the Begane was the shi* for tactical mall operators.

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El Duderino May 6, 2011 at 01:46 pm

So when you use it as a flashlight, you have a loaded .410 shell pointed back at you?

Col. Jeff Cooper might just disagree.

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John W Tobin January 1, 2013 at 03:18 am

Wondered about that myself!! :-)

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Antibubba May 6, 2011 at 08:54 pm

I love the plastic shotgun “holsters” for only $125.00.

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