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Introducing: The AR-15 Shotgun!?!?!

Discussion in 'Shotguns' started by zombienerd, Jan 28, 2009.

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  1. zombienerd

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  2. JWarren

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    If it has a good amount of interchangability, I want.


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  3. zombienerd

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    From world.guns.ru:
     
  4. Mike2

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    Bet that would be fun. Talk about a snake gun...
     
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    its legal in the UK although it does'nt apprantly cycle shells terribly well :uhoh:
     
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    Looks good but Just paying more for a piece of crap to malfunction. I will stick with my age old reliable Mossbergs and Remingtons. They serve their design purpose and cost 1/10 of what a AR14 would cost. Looks don't count in a gun fight.
     
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    I sense an absurd Saiga 20 vs. AR-14 thread in the future...
     
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    It looks very badly proportioned with the carbine handguards and the 18" barrel. :barf:
     
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    CMMG is making one too, I have a video in my blog.
     
  10. Bartkowski

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    I usually prefer AR's to AK's, but it doesn't seem worth having a shotgun set up like that in .410. I would much rather have a Saiga in 20ga or 12ga.

    I wonder how well it will cycle with the gas tube placement.
     
  11. The Foo

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    What is everyone's sudden fascination with .410?
     
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    I have always loved the .410 even though it is considered a black sheep. Most consider it a "youth" gun but i consider it an experts gun. I could have sworn there was already a saiga or other AK platform in .410.
     
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    Apparently it doesn't have a gas tube.

    The description says it is short-stroke piston operated.

    rc
     
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    I'm waiting for the CMMG AR 12 gauge, if it ever exists as anything more than a 2009 SHOT Show mockup.
     
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    There is a Saiga .410 made.
     
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    Why?
    .410 use in SD seems not wise.
     
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    There has been posting of other rifles just like this, I somehow doubt it's the "first smoothbore shotgun modeled after an assault rifle". I'm with shear_stress on this one, I'll be waiting on a 12ga.
     
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    hmmm...
    12gauge in an AR type firearm.
    Where have I seen this before.

    DaeWoo/Gilbert USAS-12
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    Reclassified as a Destructive Device and banned from importation due to no meeting the "sporting purpose" definition to allow for importation.
     
  20. earlthegoat2

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    410 also known as a 36 ga, I havent heard that one in ages. For all you young punks a 410 has a bore diameter of 410 which translates to about a 68 gauge. A 36 gauge would be around .500 cal. Back in the day someone decided to sell 410 ammo under the designation 36 gauge. I cant believe someone is still doing it.

    That 15 rnd capacity is too cool though.
     
  21. Dr. Tad Hussein Winslow

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    Yep, .410 is 67.5 gauge. Make it in 28 or 20 ga and I might be interested.
     
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    It'd be fun for skeet.
     
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    With the .410 3" buckshot shell(5-00's), your only 2-3 less 00-buck shot than a 2 3/4" 12g(8/9-00's) and slug performance similar to a .357mag.It ain't no slouch. The .410 has very similar velocity and shot pattern as allot of 12g loads, just less shot per square inch in your pattern. I would recommend some of the all copper shells for one of these, or the all steel cases russian stuff .

    So this AR ""style"" .410 came out before the .410 Saigi, because they are trying to claiming the first .410 assault rifle platform.

    This reminds me that the 7.62x39,6.5mm,or 6.8mm( i forget wich) has the same case rim dimension as a .357sig(40S&W) and would make a nice carbine or SBR.Some one should make a .380acp/auto AR(maybe pistol) for ****z and gigglez as the case head is near identical to the .223. I would have went the rout of a .357mag before the .410 though.
     
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    I'll stick to my Saiga 12 ga semi auto wit hthe 12 round surefire mags, thank you very much. :) Not saying I wouldn't mind one of these, but when it comes to a shotgun I want all the power I can get.

    Does anyone know when the AA-12 is going on the civilian market? Now that is really a gun I would love to have. If I can get full auto version I be in heaven :D


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