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Army of Darkness - More of the Magic Shotgun
Several times Ash's shotgun acts more like a rifle. This is particularly evident in the windmill, when the Dwarf Ashes fire a shot at Big Ash. A single shot richochets off of a nearby support beam as Bruce Campbell ducks. A shotgun fires a burst of pellets (buckshot), which is no way shape or form would richochet as they are shown to do. Other scenes (such as when Ash shoots off Arthur's sword) are a bit more problematic, even with a sawed-off shotgun like Ash uses. At that distance, even a tight batching of buckshot would probably take off Arthur's head as well.
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Knowledge of basic gun stuff
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Steve Crow on 09-19-2000
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Comments:
DrakZ writes:
You can buy slugs for shotguns, big hunks of lead that are like bullets. A highly skilled person could probably use this as a rifle, that's if he had these :P anyway that's my explaination
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KenDaLL WoLf writes:
Well if it was more realistic, the movie would be shot... *chuckles* Leave it as it is, PLEASE!
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Steve Crow writes:
Except at least once when he's reloading you can see that he's using standard buckshot cartridges... :)
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