Thereddic Posted May 27, 2013 Share Posted May 27, 2013 I recently acquired the Bronco, and something immediately became apparent to me. I knew going in that the gun had 2 rounds per clip, and I figured with the two heads on top, it worked like a double barreled shotgun. When I looked at the gun itself though, I noticed some contradictory evidence. First piece of evidence is the wheel on the bottom of the gun. The wheel appears to be a Drum Magazine with 6 rounds in it. THe second piece of evidence comes from the heads themselves. At first I thought there were only two heads on the gun, but there is a third on the Drum Magazine, placed over where the 6th round would be stored. This evidence suggests the Bronco was originally intended to be a 6 round weapon. I'm not complaining about the gun itself, it looks cool and is fun to use. But I'm curious about these design issues. Is there anyone out there who knows a lot about guns that could correct me in this? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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