So .450 bushmaster is on there. Ballistics have it killing solidly at 300 yards. From 100 yard zero, 200 yards later, it drops 24" (quite manageable) at 300 yards. That was from Hornady's ballistics of their 2 cartridges. Probably doubling the range of most slug guns. I found 10+ round mags pretty easily with an AR semi auto platform. So, right, wrong or indifferent- that's a heck of a lot of gun with a lot more range & ammo capacity. I'm sure that will be a popular & high selling gun coming up here. Just stating facts with little to no opinion on this post up to here. Side note. My 2 cents on the matter... with all their touted revenue from gun sales, new hunters coming in, tag sales = more tax revenue.... wonder if they have some really great conservation or "hunting opportunity" plans for all those extra funds?!!?!? Ha. This for sure "paid for" extra confidence for the POLITICIANS to find their next STEP... to introduce another weapon in the future. Will it be crossbows during bow, rifles, adding seasons? Who knows. (and yes, mark my word, it's coming- some will love ANY new regulation or weapon they allow- will find folks who will take advantage of ANYTHING). Will we see anything to tighten up restrictions, maybe swing the pendulum the other direction for protecting opportunity, access, healthy whitetail age structure & enjoyable yet healthy carrying capacity of Whitetail? Not unless they see MONEY in it, etc. This is no different than the stepping stones to exploiting any "great resource" we've witnessed for decades. I would love it if this last new weapon and regulation "really was the end". "the true line in the sand". This is enough. Stop. No more.