Good question. Call the factory is the short answer.For deer hunting I like shooting Sabot so I need a fully rifled barrel. Who makes the KSG barrels? Can they make a fully rifled one.
For deer hunting I like shooting Sabot so I need a fully rifled barrel. Who makes the KSG barrels? Can they make a fully rifled one.
Noncustom rifled shotgun barrels run $200 up. A rifled barrel for the KSG will be a custom job...$500+????????????? Project seems more than impractical, especially when there are many good options that will cost less and be a better hunting gun. The added bonus is another gun in the locker.That's what magazine plugs are for
Not true. The rifling on the slug imparts no measurable spin on it while it travels down the barrel. The slugs are aerodynamically stabilized, by having a center of gravity that's forward of the center of aerodynamic pressure as it flies. The rifling is actually intended to spin the slug after it leaves the barrel, by acting like angled fins.... it has already started spinning before it hits the rifled choke...