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Hold onto your socks - new shotgun.

Discussion in 'Shotguns' started by Lucky, Sep 23, 2006.

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  1. Lucky

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  2. Kaeto

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    Probably won't be legal to own for civillians due to ammo capacity.
     
  3. Cromlech

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    You have got to be kidding me!
     
  4. GW

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    Absurd

    A trained shotgunner can reload constantly so this setup seems over the top to me. I don't care for the turnaround in the magazine eitherBrass cased ammo is one thing but plastic shotgun shells are another matter entirely
    Usually, I'm a sucker for anything new, but this, well, just doesn'tresonate with me
    I'll bet that fully loaded it weighs a ton and then a couple extra magazines and yeesh!

    A solution to a non-existent problem
     
  5. Cromlech

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    I was just thinking . . . if this was held on an FAC, if it has a barrel of 24" or more, it may actually be legal here in the U.K (theoretically).

    Im not sure though, any other U.K members want to confirm or deny that?
     
  6. DRMMR02

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    Eh, it would prolly be good against zombies
     
  7. Cromlech

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    It probably would be good for zombies, ja. :D

    It would make for a lot of fun at a range day, but as others have said, they might not trust their life to it.
     
  8. BlkHawk73

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    Does nothing for me.
     
  9. WiLLtallica

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    That's pretty damn ugly.
     
  10. rustymaggot

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    id rather see a good bullpup kit for an existing platform. i think a bullpup kit for a ithaca 37 would be cool to see. the bottom feed/bottom eject would be fun to see what designers would do on a bullpup.

    now, if this new thing was a semi auto...... that would be cool beans!

    whats the other black trigger looking thing inside the trigger hole? the reversed thing? is that the magazine release?
     
  11. ctdonath

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    Yeesh, what a bunch of naysayers!

    20+ rounds in a shotgun? Who do I send my order to?!? YEEE-HAW! :D
     
  12. Glockfan.45

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    :what: Jeze I want one already. To all you you frumpy fellows knocking it have fun with your single shots this thing just screams toy from hell :evil: . If they make a semi-auto in the future I would have to take that baby to the range and shoot some serious trap (till they ban it). Screw doubles, can anyone say quadruples?
     
  13. the naked prophet

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    I just kinda assumed it was a joke.
     
  14. Deer Hunter

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    Sign me up! This thing sound like a blast!
     
  15. Chipperman

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    Good for sporting clays. :p
     
  16. GW

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    Thats true
    You couldleave it where they could trip over it
    and when they try to move it, they'll get hernias:D
     
  17. Vibe

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    LOL. An FN P-90 in 12 guage!!!!!!!
     
  18. NineseveN

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    Hehe, I doubt us peon Civvies will get to have one in the end though.
     
  19. SomeKid

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    Ok, why wouldn't we be able to get our hands on them?

    If reliable and not insanely expensive, that would be my new HD gun.

    I wonder if it can be mounted with a collapsable stock?
     
  20. American By Blood

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    Assuming this is reliable.

    Assuming it isn't declared a destructive device.

    Assuming it isn't prohibitively expensive.

    Can mine be semi-auto? Talk about a "room broom..." :evil:
     
  21. RecoilRob

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    Looks like the op-handle folds up around the barrel when not in use. COOL!

    Probably WILL be pricey, though......
     
  22. Prince Yamato

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    here's an idea, sell it with a "sporting" 5 round mag. Offer the 20 round mag as an extra. Tada. Sporting shotgun.
     
  23. DerringerUser

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    Wow, shotgun eye candy. Thats some nice s***. Heres a vid of an auto shotgun i found, dont know the model or price though. Whats the average price for an auto shotgun.


    http://youtube.com/watch?v=pQYG5wLGk5c
     
  24. kokapelli

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    There is the MAG-7, South African 12 guage.
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  25. ctdonath

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    Good point, it could easily be deemed a "destructive device". Don't see the BATFE marking a 20 round bullpup shotgun as fitting their definition of having a "sporting use". Still legal in majority of states, $200 tax paid.
     
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