February 10, 2010

IRS Shotgun update

Back on February 3rd, I posted about the IRS issuing a call for bids on sixty shotguns for their own use. The Firearms Blog has the detailed specs and analysis:
The IRS Shotgun
By now you have probably heard about the news that the IRS is buying Remington 870 shotguns. Why? Who knows. I have never heard of a government tax collection agency arming themselves. Regardless of the social issues associated with arming tax collectors, you must give those accountants some credit: they know how to choose a decent gun. The IRS Shotgun (as it shall know be known on TFB) is pimped-out 14" short barreled Remington 870. It is similar to the Remington MCS Tactical Entry/CQB Shotgun.
One of the comments was classic:
Two things that strike fear into people: an IRS audit and the click-click of a pump action shotgun cycling. Now you can get them both at the same time!
Heh... Posted by DaveH at February 10, 2010 8:19 PM
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