The Keserű Home Defender is a Hungarian less-lethal shotgun.
The Home Defender was designed by Keserű in light of Hungarian firearm laws.
The weapon is based on the AMD-65, and uses the upper receiver of the AMD-65. When pumped, the action loads a blank from the black and lubricated rubber ball from the front. When fired, the ball fires out of the barrel. The impact force of the rubber ball is 120-130 Joules, but instead of penetrating through the flesh of the victim, transfers this impact force to the body of the attacker, effectively making it less lethal.