After you scare the hell out of everyone, run for the garden hose & fire extinguisher!If it's just magnesium, that ought to be really easy to reload. One video said it was powdered Tungsten, who knows...I wouldn't run anything like that through a shotgun - or ANY hard / abrasive substance, and risk ruining even a cheap shotgun.Like the guy who thought Fletchettes were cool, and after a couple of rounds started wondering what the shower of sparks was from, hot loads... or... "Hey! That's my shotgun barrel...!"What is it that "fouls the barrel"... oh, ultra hot burning magnesium/tungsten... after it etches the chrome and burns specks into the steel.Not plastic, nor lead fouling - it's stuff that you could use as sandpaper, just a whole lot hotter.
Yeah, even powdered magnesium is still on par in hardness with steel, but I think it would take a Hell of a lot of these to do actual damage, though depending on generated heat, one round in 6 should be more than sufficient to end the argument.. Outside of desert shooting or in the center of a lake, or even a downpour, there's not many places you'd want to release one of these bad little bitches."Honey....remember when you said you wanted new drapes and carpet?"Hang on, maybe consider moving?