Sometimes you need something with some uumph. In the summer of 1914 an older British volunteer is said to have knocked a German aircraft down with a mounted 2-gauge fowling piece. Correia’s Owen Pitt used a custom Saiga to go after dangerous prey and Buettner’s Jazen Parker a HATT to do the same thing. Authors are going to need to consider this now.
It’s a .959 caliber rifle; 2,400 grain $40 bullet driven by 240 grains of powder.
Read about it over on BOLO Report.