Ooooh, isn't is scary?
Or rather, wasn't it scary? Because I've recently modified the DFMAS, so that it is actually useful in it's intended capacity as a home defense weapons thusly:
The gun as it came from the pawn shop was essentially unworkable; which I'm sure is why it was sold to said pawnshop after having less than 10 rounds put through it. I took it out to the range, and after 10 reduced recoil buckshot rounds I said "Yeah, I don't want to shoot this anymore".
Of course I knew that would happen, having fired a crusier gripped 12ga before; and having a basic understanding of physics and biology. Thus, I had planned on installing a Knoxx recoil reducing stock; and as you can see from the photos, I have done so.
With the addition of the Knoxx SpecOps stock, and a fiber optic front sight, my Sidewinder conversion is almost complete. The only thing I need now is a picatinny rail and a red dot for it (I'm thinking one of the Trijicon reflexes so we don't have to worry about batteries); because Mel has trouble aiming it without a rear sight reference for the front bead (yes I know, it's a shotgun and you point not aim, she still doesnt like it).
The only problem I have is, does this make it less evil and sacry, or MORE evil and scary, because now it's not a "concealable weapon", but it does have an evil military style collapsible stock...
Range report to follow shortly.