LGS had one of these in the back today and gave me a fair deal on one significantly under MSRP. I've never owned a "Tactical" shotgun before as they're never interested me....This one is different. I haven't shot it yet so I will give you my initial impressions, focusing on the main features that make this thing different. Capacity: This thing holds a LOT of rounds, far more than your traditional home defense tactical shotgun. I'm loading one tube with six 3" 00 Buck and one tube with six 3" slugs. With one in the chamber that is 13 rounds of lead down range without a reload. It is relatively easy to load and very easy to select the mag tube you want to feed rounds from. Pardon the inferior camera Phone pictures, my normal camera is not available today. You can see, in the picture below, where you load and select which mag tube from which you're feeding rounds from. An additional safety feature is that if the selector is in the middle it won't feed any rounds. Some might call it an opportunity to fail. In the picture below the selector is in the middle. Size & Weight: This shotgun is small and EXTREMELY handy. It balances well and is quite maneuverable in a tight space. This would be my choice of shotgun if I made my living doing forced entry. (This will serve duty as my HD shotgun.) The bullpup design makes it balance extremely well and with all of that lead down the mag tubes you don't feel the weight and it helps balance it out really really well. The picture below has a pair of M gloves for size reference. I can't get over how compact a package this really is having shot many shotguns over my years. Takedown: The gun is relatively easy to break down for cleaning, there are a couple of pins that allow you to remove the stock and the trigger group. After that, most everything will pull right out. I had no issues getting it apart and putting it back together. The pins are a great feature and you even have little holes in the grip to store the pins when you are cleaning the shotgun. The only thing I don't like about it so far is that it needs to be slammed home extremely hard in order to release the shell from the magazine tube. It is really easy to short stroke this thing and I've written Kel-Tec to determine if this is normal. I will post their response when it is received. It may get better over time or there may be something a bit out of spec. Below are some miscellaneous pictures of various parts of the shotgun. Notice the rails on the top and the bottom which will be very handy and are a great design feature. Did I say this thing was really compact?