So i know in some states it has to have a plug to limit the amount of rounds in it. What kind of mag plug does it come with and do i have to buy a plug to limit it to, uh lets say 3 rounds?
I agree, having just taken a 2-year old buckIt's approaching deer season and I know of one hunter who swears the KS7 is a perfect hunting gun from a deer stand.
He says the short length is easier to get on target without alerting the deer and easier to handle getting up and down the stand.
I made the same mistake the first time I limited the capacity for hunting.The problem with the KSG is that the inner caps on the ends of the magazine tubes are not easy to remove and that's the only way to get access to the magazines to clean or install magazine limiter plugs.
Yes, precisely. I could see a KS7, but with the two mag tubes of the KSG, you have to limit them both. And what do you limit them to? Do you lock one out completely with a dowel that is the entire length of the tube and then just use the other tube? This is really confusing.If you're limited on your round count, why would you buy a KSG? The increased round count is the best part.