Lock and load: Blasting lock parts out of a 12 ga shotgun (VIDEO)

After being gifted into a bag of lock core cylinders without keys, the shotgun testers over at Taofledermaus stuffed them inside a 12 gauge low brass hull and went to the range.

The cores came all the way from Israel and some had to be stabilized with a rubber o-ring though (spoiler) these things tumble more than OPEC oil prices did after fracking. Cue the tumbler and keyhole puns.

Guess we now know why Schlage doesn’t make shotgun slugs.

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