A magazine fed semi-automatic 12 gauge Russian shotgun. These are one of the newer imports with the welded open side-folding stock. The reason for the weld was to meet U.S importation requirements. Converting it so that the stock folds would require adding the appropriate number of U.S made parts to fulfill the 922r law.
“Cause No one’s gonna warn you
And no one’s gonna yell ‘Attack’
And you don’t feel the steel
Till it’s hanging out your back”
In June 1985, a highly publicized murder case began revolving around Richard Ramírez, who was responsible for more than a dozen brutal killings as well as attempted murders and rapes in Los Angeles.
Nicknamed the “Night Stalker,” Ramírez was a fan of AC/DC, particularly the song “Night Prowler.” Police also claimed that Ramírez was wearing an AC/DC shirt and left an AC/DC hat at one of his crime scenes. During the trial, Ramírez shouted “Hail Satan!” and showed off the pentagram carved into his palm. This brought extremely bad publicity on AC/DC whose concerts and albums were campaigned against by parents in the Los Angeles area. On VH1’s Behind the Music on AC/DC, the band claimed that while the song had taken on a murderous connotation by Ramírez, it is actually about a boy sneaking into his girlfriend’s bedroom at night.