some steel-cored bullets, for knocking holes in pipelines, transformers, propane-tanks, RR and 18 wheeler tankers, water towers and the like, so as to cost Big Brother a Billion $, here and there. Also useful (minus the can,of course) as a "not much loss" gun to leave in a vehicle, to poach elk, moose or bear with, and for travel in states that don't permit detachable box mags, like CA. Me, I'd rather have the 460 for riots, or travel in such states. It's easier to REALLY conceal in a vehicle. So the SKS is strictly a canned cache-gun. The 460 alloy frame is normally to be "wearing" the chopped Colt .22 unit.