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Old 02-09-2020, 08:16 AM
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A black assault shotgun.
Old 02-09-2020, 08:17 AM
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Zombies man, zombies!
you misspelled commies
Old 02-09-2020, 08:58 AM
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Hell, now I want one.
Old 02-09-2020, 09:00 AM
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Originally Posted by autobaun70 View Post
i don’t understand it’s purpose. Horrible bird gun. And it’s ugly.
hahahahah
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Originally Posted by spraynet 1 View Post
Someone told me Academy sold out by me???
Word must have got out to all the Tacticool folks.
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If shooting shells with energy lower than 1250 fps, the shotgun may not cycle properly
Low Brass Ammo does not cycle perfectly due to the lower energy

https://jtsgroup.us/blog/faqs/



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Old 02-09-2020, 10:48 AM
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Not sure what's all that wrong with it... and $500 bucks for a tactical shotgun isn't all that bad.

Tactical shotguns are all over the place, this one has its pros including detachable mag and P-rails for accessories like a lite and a red-dot for home defense.

Me likey...
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I picked up one of these around the first of the year on sale for $179 and I gotta say these things are solid and heavy built. Worth a look into if you need a home defense shotgun. This one I got is flawless. Heavy duty and mine shoots well. So smooth of a slide action that it drops clean when you hit the slide release button. Came dripping in Cosmo but its very nice when cleaned up.

https://www.sportsmans.com/shooting-...tgun/p/1503756
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The saiga 12g by Izamash was the real deal years back but banned during Obama's administration....these look like a copy cat of those.... the original saigas were bad azz, put a wrathmaker 30 round drum on it and bird hunting is no longer an issue!
I bought a saiga on a spur of the moment purchase, it was sold back to the shop by its original owner who happened to be an NFL player in town on trial for beating his girlfriend up and assaulting her with his array of firearms.....it was all customized and never fired....its a cool shotgun but not practical for much of anything...
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With regards to actually shooting one of these auto shotguns, does the shooter need to be large, and/or bulked up to handle what I could only assume is a tremendous recoil!
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Originally Posted by spraynet 1 View Post
With regards to actually shooting one of these auto shotguns, does the shooter need to be large, and/or bulked up to handle what I could only assume is a tremendous recoil!
wouldnt be any worse than shooting out of a an old single shot shotgun! also depends on what round your shooting, alot of powder or very little?
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Really....I would think the kicking very close to one another between rounds would be very difficult to control and keep on target.

Maybe your right!

Would be fun on a range I think.
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Originally Posted by spraynet 1 View Post
With regards to actually shooting one of these auto shotguns, does the shooter need to be large, and/or bulked up to handle what I could only assume is a tremendous recoil!
To be accurate these are SEMI auto... so you do control the shot rate because you have to pull the trigger each time it shoots.... and I might add that often semi auto actions soften the recoil a bit just in the nature of how some of the energy is used up in cycling the action.

The fact that it takes heavy loads to cycle though makes it a bit less desirable, to me anyway, as a home defense gun because I like to load my home defense shot guns with reduced recoil buck shot. So all of mine that I use for home defense are pump shotguns.
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I have a Remington M877 that takes 3 1/2" shells. Now that one punches pretty hard.
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Originally Posted by cronced View Post
Sounds like an old sales tactic to me. Three "customers" all buying the same thing at once.
Agreed.
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Fun gun, that's all... But nothing wrong with that!

I still don't care for long guns for home defense. Not many people like them, but the Taurus Judge is what I chose for very short range inside the house defense.
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Got one in stock in Greenville, NC. Just ride down and pick it up!
do you still have the jts m12ar available?
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all you really need is a recording of a 12ga being pumped. that is a universal sound to GTFOH
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So those shotguns are ok. It’s basically an ak-47 shotgun. The bad part about that brand is there are only 5 and 10 rd magazines available. A similar shotgun on the market is the lynx 3-gun that accepts saiga parts and magazines, has a 4 position gas regulator so it will fire lowbase shells if needed and accepts saiga-12 compensators to make it a very low recoil semi auto shotgun that also accepts high capacity drum magazines and comes standard with an enhanced single finger safety. There’s great reviews of it on youtube.
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Load with buckshot and you can put up a wall of lead very quickly. Not my kind of thing but a good area defense gun.

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