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SRM Arms Model 1216 16-Round 12-Gauge Semi-Automatic Fighting Shotgun

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The SRM Arms Model 1216 is a delayed blowback semi-automatic shotgun with a 16-round detachable revolver magazine. Designed for mobility, it is light and short and intended for home defense and law enforcement.

The SRM Arms Model 1216 is a delayed blowback semi-automatic shotgun with a 16-round detachable magazine. Designed for mobility, it is light and short and intended for home defense and law enforcement.<ref name=“American_Rifleman” />

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The most unusual feature of the M1216 is the detachable magazine. The magazine which runs parallel to the barrel is made of four tubes, each with its own spring and follower. Each tube can hold four 2 3/4“ or 3” shells for a total of sixteen. When inserted into the gun, the operator can flip a switch and manually rotate the entire magazine, either clockwise or counter clockwise, to choose which tube feeds into the receiver. In a tactical application, by loading different shells in different tubes, this would allow the operator to switch between different types of shells to adapt to a changing scenario, or it could allow rapid fire of all 16 rounds. Once the magazine is empty, pressing the release switch to drop the magazine allows it to be replaced it with a full one.

The M1216 has a polymer stock to reduce weight and a steel upper receiver. The manual safety, charging handle and ejection port can all be removed and relocated to either the left or right side of the receiver to accommodate the operators preferences. Picatinny Rails line the top and sides of the shotgun allowing a wide variety of attachments such as sights, lasers, and flashlights to be used.<ref name=“World_Guns”/>

Variants

Model 1212 - <br> The Model 1212 is a short-barreled variant of the Model 1216. Its barrel length is 13“, its overall length is 27 1/2”, and the detachable magazine holds 12 rounds (4 x 3 shells). As the barrel is shorter than 18“, the 1212 is regulated by the NFA as a Short-barreled shotgun.

Model 1208 - <br> The Model 1208 is also a short-barreled variant of the Model 1216. Its barrel length is 10”, its overall length is 24 1/2“, and its magazine can hold 8 rounds (4 x 2 shells). The barrel on the Model 1208 also has a barrel shorter than 18 and is therefore also regulated by the NFA as a short-barreled shotgun.

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SRM 1216 12 Gauge Semi-Automatic Fighting Shotgun

by Jeff Quinn

photography by Jeff Quinn & Boge Quinn

January 10th, 2013

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The 1216 has plenty of rail for mounting optics and accessories.

Excellent folding sights.

Charging handle.

Four-tube, sixteen-shot magazine.

The first time I ever got to see, handle, and shoot the SRM 1216 auto loading shotgun was when visiting with some friends in New Hampshire several months ago. I had heard of the 12 gauge wonder-gun, but had never had the opportunity to play with one, so was anxious to give it a try. We were shooting skeet using some quality over/under shotguns, when the SRM was uncased, and everyone wanted a turn behind the unusual shotgun. I didn’t set any new world records shooting skeet with the SRM, but then, I usually fail to impress anyone with my clay-shooting abilities, regardless of which shotgun I am using. What I did manage to do was develop a new interest in semi-automatic shotguns for fighting, as this SRM 1216 is a game-changer.

The name 1216 refers to the shotgun having a magazine capacity of sixteen rounds of twelve gauge ammunition. The SRM is a roller-locking recoil-operated semi-automatic design with a unique four-tube magazine. Each of the four magazine tubes holds four rounds of either two and three-quarter or three inch shotshells. The SRM 1216 is very compact for a semi-auto fighting shotgun, with an overall length of only 33.5 inches, but still wearing a legal eighteen-inch barrel. The length of pull (distance from butt to trigger) on the test gun measures thirteen inches. The four-tube rotary magazine locks into place under the barrel. In operation, when one mag tube is empty, the bolt locks open. Pushing forward on the ambidextrous latch, the magazine is rotated to align the next tube with the action. A loaded magazine tube comes into alignment, the bolt closes, chambering another round. This process is repeated until the magazine is empty or the fight is over, whichever occurs first. If more ammunition is needed, the magazine quickly detaches for reloading, or another loaded magazine is snapped into place, and the festivities resume.

The 1216 is a very easy weapon to operate, and the design is totally ambidextrous. The charging handle and safety can be switched to either side, and the magazine release and rotation buttons are ambidextrous. The top of the receiver and about half the barrel length wears a Picatinny rail. There are also rails on each side of the barrel at ninety degrees to facilitate the easy mounting of a flashlight or laser sight, if desired. There is also a small section of rail atop the magazine hanger housing for the mounting of a front sight. My sample 1216 came with the optional folding sights, but the Picatinny rail works perfectly for mounting a variety of optical or mechanical sights, or even an AR-15 carry handle.

To load the 1216, the magazine is removed by pushing inward on the release at the front of the magazine hanger housing. For residents of California, there is a California-compliant version that requires the use of a tool to remove the magazine. Each tube can be loaded with up to four shotshells, and the magazine locked back into place. If the bolt is open when this is done, it will close upon insertion of the magazine, chambering a shotshell. If the bolt is closed when the loaded magazine is inserted, the charging handle can be pulled to the rear and released to chamber a shotshell. The video shows this much better than I can explain it. With a little practice, it is easy to quickly deliver seventeen shots into the target from the 1216. While on the subject of capacity, SRM has shorter-barreled models that fall under NFA regulation, with capacities of eight or twelve, depending upon their length. However, with this 1216 being short and handy already, I personally have no need for a shorter shotgun, and I really like the sixteen-round magazine capacity.

A distinct advantage of the rotating mag tubes would be to load different types of ammo into each tube, if desired. The tubes could be color-coded with tape to distinguish between slugs, buckshot, birdshot, or combination loads. Switching tubes is as simple as rotating the desired tube into alignment with the action.

I fired the 1216 using various types of twelve gauge ammunition including trap loads, field loads, slugs, and buckshot. The SRM functioned perfectly with everything tried that is recommended by SRM. SRM advises against the use of one-ounce skeet loads, as they do not have sufficient power to operate the action. However, the one and one-eight ounce target loads functioned perfectly, as did everything else. Recoil is not punishing, as the stock is straight, and the recoil impulse is straight back into the shooter’s shoulder.

Comparing the 1216 to other shotguns on the market, it is much shorter and offers over twice the available firepower of a standard-configuration semi-auto shotgun. Weighing in at about seven and three-quarters pounds with an empty magazine in place, it is about eight ounces heavier than the Kel-Tec KSG pump gun, and about seven inches longer. The 1216 holds two more rounds than does the KSG, and offers the advantages of an auto loading design.

There is and probably always will be an argument over which is better; a semi-auto or a pump shotgun. Both work very well, and I do not understand the resistance to the semi-auto from those who should know better. Some make the argument that the pump is more reliable, but a good semi-auto is just as reliable as a pump. We long ago accepted the use of a semiautomatic pistol, and just as with a pistol, if the correct ammunition is used, a semi-automatic shotgun will run perfectly. I like the fact that the autoloader can easily be operated one-handed, if needed. Many quote the old adage that “The sound of the pump will scare off the bad guy”. That just isn’t so. The sound of racking the pump before the shooting begins just gives away your position, and costs precious time in a gunfight. If someone needs to be shot, they need to be shot immediately, without trying to scare them away with mechanical sounds. They should hear nothing before feeling the impact of an ounce and a half of lead shot. The roller-delayed action of the SRM is very reliable, and at close range against multiple targets, with the 1216’s firepower and reliability, I can think of nothing that I would rather have in a fight that I can legally own.

For more information and a list of dealers in your area for the SRM 1216, go to www.srmarms.com.

To purchase quality shotgun ammunition online, go to www.midsouthshooterssupply.com and www.luckygunner.com.

Jeff Quinn

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Fully-loaded, the 1216 holds 17 rounds of either 2-3/4 or 3 inch shotshells.

Left to right: Mossberg 930 SPX semi-auto, SRM 1216 semi-auto, Kel-Tec KSG pump.

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To view Specs in Metric click here Design Features of the SRM 1216 include:

       Ergonomic compact design along with the flexibility of a detachable magazine provides unsurpassed firepower, force multiplication, and tactical advantages.
       Rotary, Detachable high capacity magazine holding 8, 12, or 16 rounds of either 2 3/4 or 3 inch shotshells.
       Semi-automatic action that self feeds following the rotation of the quad-tube, revolving magazine.
       Roller delayed action provides fast cycling and reduced felt recoil.
       Overall length of the 1216 model is only 34 inches with a standard 18 inch barrel, but the more compact 1212 and 1208 are available.
       An integrated picatinny rail combined with a three face handguard rail offers the shooter a broad range of options for mounting optics, sights, lights and other tactical accessories.
       Pushpin disassembly and break open design allows for easy field stripping and maintenance.
       Ambidextrous receiver and controls can be set up for either right or left handed shooters.
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Blog Home / « Prev / SRM Arms Model 1216 / Next » / RSS Feed SRM Arms Model 1216 8/27/2012

Billed as the first 16-round semi-automatic shotgun, the SRM Arms Model 1216 places itself firmly within the tactical home-defense shotgun discussion.

Featuring SRM's quad-tube revolving magazine (which the operator can manually rotate with the flip of a switch), the 1216 offers 16-rounds of easily reloadable power. The magazine can be dropped and replaced with a loaded one almost instantly, eliminating the reloading issues that plague some of the tactical shotguns on the market.

The magazine is suited for 2 ¾” or 3” inch shells and can handle game loads, trap loads, slugs and other specialty rounds. The 1216's tactical design also opens up to a whole world of accessories and add-ons.

Powerful and versatile, the 1216 is well worth considering if you're looking for a shotgun to defend your home—and it meets the high standards required of a Gun of the Week.

Technical Specifications:

Length: 32½” Weight: 7.25 lbs. Magazine Type: Detachable, Manually Indexing Capacity: 16 rounds Action Type: Semi-Automatic Cartridge: 12 Gauge, 2¾“ and 3” Round Types: Game loads, Trap loads, Slug, #00 Buck, specialty rounds MSRP: $2,400-$2,700 (prices vary)

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   Cody
   2/21/2013 8:00:31 PM
   For those complaining about mag cost just print them. I made 2. If you actually shot one you would realize that the price isn't all that bad.PS 3D printers cost less than the gun. Mine cost $500.
   Miguel
   2/17/2013 4:31:33 PM
   All of these comments about it being over-priced are absolutely ridiculous, and I'd bet were all written by highly under-qualified "critics." None of whom have any idea how much R&D, production, licensing, administration, advertising, and the whole laundry list of expenses accrued, just to produce one product in the gun business adds up to! And, on top of that, gun production isn't exactly the type of business that gets free governmental insurance, like "bail-outs"(unless you're making guns for them). You can easily buy a car, brand new, for $25,000 that's fast, reliable, the chics dig... Now, is that gonna be your argument to the Bentley dealer when the $250,000 car with a LOT more bells and whistles, faster, and gets more looks than the other, or are you gonna hang up your insecurity and realize this is America, where we aren't communists, and not everybody can afford the best? I can't afford to, but I wouldn't hesitate to buy one right now if I could- instead I'm slowly saving for one... And really?! Is it THAT much money considering the innovation and all involved? If all you have to comment on is the price,it's probably because you want one and can't afford it... If you can't face this, or simply don't understand business, just keep telling yourself the grapes are sour, and eventually you'll believe it.
   christopher
   1/31/2013 5:20:50 PM
   Way to expensive!...
   Zulu
   1/13/2013 8:53:53 AM
   Yesterday I picked up a 1216 with recoil pad, aggressive door beacher muzzle break, SRM flip up sights, extra magazine and sling, and although the price is heavy I'm 100[%] pleased. After a few magazines, cycling to the next tube was becoming as natural as a pump shotgun. The engineering is truly impressive because even with a full mag the weight is easily distributed and quite managable. As a high capacity shotgun it's not clumsy or cumbersome like having a drum hanging below, and the speed and firepower is nothing short of awesome. The compact and light weight nature of the gun made me concerned about recoil, but with the brake and pad its remarkably pleasurable to shoot. Loading some defensive 'T' buckshot in one tube, slugs, T shot, then slugs and the old picknic table was scrap wood for the firepit in seconds! Lol. That versatility to load different ammo in each tube of the magazine is a really nice feature. This is just a special weapon, and unbelievable fun to shoot. Yeah, you can buy 3 or 4 mossbergs for the same price, and if that's what you want go right ahead. There is nothing wrong with that. Not everyone can afford every firearm available on the market, but this shotgun is not designed to be something 'common' that every household can own, and it certainly shouldn't be someone's affordable first firearm purchase. I'm not rich but I've always preferred quality and unique features in a firearm overbuying something I already have basically, so I'd rather save and buy the 1216 personally. I have several shotguns for hunting and love them all. However, for a pure defense shotgun if you're looking for an extremely unique American made firearm with impressive capabilities, that frankly is a gem in anyone's collection, I'd save and buy this one.
   mike
   1/12/2013 5:40:39 AM
   looks good, would look even better in gunsafe:P but so would a 50 cal and for the price ill go for the cal, good concept, speed loaders for the mags might come in handy if you have a case of shells to get rid of in a hurry, just saying :)
   peatman27
   12/22/2012 11:06:02 PM
   and don't forget the magazines cost $200 .......wayyyyyy too much!!!!!
   Nick
   12/21/2012 1:20:01 PM
   Good defense there Mark. Got a chance to fire one at a buddies skeet range. Shot a few time to get a kind of feel for it then went after some launched skeets. Did some double/doubles, you fire two off then 5 seconds later fire two more skeets off. Took me about a full magazine and a half to get my timing down. We let the gun cool down while we discussed the next wave of skeet launching I wanted to try. Full mag load (16 rounds) the guys loading three double launchers as fast as they could. Launch two skeets five seconds later second launcher fired off next two skeets, five seconds later third launcher fired its doubles off. 10 out of 16 and with less than an hour of practice with this gun. By the way I shoot skeet at best twice a year and have not been hunting with a shotgun in 21 years, more of a bow hunter. This gun is pricey for sure and if there was thing I would like to change or be able to modify on it, then it would be for a collapsible or foldable stock. This gun is just so much damn fun its freaky. I will have to save for a bit to get this but OH GOD YEAH I will do exactly that.
   Mark
   11/19/2012 10:16:49 PM
   I am disappointed with some of the shortsighted comments below. This is a very specialized piece of equipment! I own a Benelli M3. Awesome semiautomatic shot gun. Works great and paid a premium for it. 8+1 if you know how to load it correctly. The SRM 1216 has impressive features. It is obviously a great piece of engineering. I don't know firsthand about its reliability so I won't speak to it. But if it is as reliable as my M3 then it is worth every penny. The comments about its operation with the rotating cylinders are very short sighted. "They don't automatically rotate.” Of course not. How could you hold on to it? The cylinders are the fore grip. If there was something designed for a stationary fore grip then there would be some added bulk to the gun, and weight and it would probably complicate magazine swaps too. You would go bang, bang, bang, bang, and click!?!?!?!? Ever heard of practice? If you own something for defense you shoot it, you practice with it, you learn it. Look at people who shoot revolvers in competition. They know exactly what they are doing and the speed loader is coming out of their belt right as round #6 leaves the barrel and off they are to the next target. Look at the inexperienced guy at the range with an autoloading pistol. Bang X 16, then click, and then they give that confused look and shortly realize the slide is locked back and they are empty. If you know your weapon you don’t fumble your weapon. It is an extension of your body. Is it expensive, yes, very. But you get what you pay for too. Compare it to a KSG. LOL! Good luck buying one for the MSRP of $800. They seem to be selling for 1100-1200 right now. BTW, I think for a pump gun it is probably a darn good piece! So, think a little deeper, look at the big picture before you make the comments. I now relinquish my sopabox!
   Tim
   11/19/2012 1:43:03 PM
   Price point is too high for the common man. Good luck trying to sell these to all the rich folk.
   ProfesjonalnyPolak
   11/15/2012 10:33:42 PM
   KSG 15 rounds pump $800 VS this thing +$2000 is no brainer for me. I can't find KSG then I will stay with my Mossberg 590A1 3in 7+1 never let me down. In this thing You have to rotate when is cold and you don't feel your fingers... under stress when you scared becose somebody want you up - good luck to you. Yes is nice toy - very expensive toy. I can blow up watermelons with my 590A1 just fine. If I hear 4 guys is kicking my door at 3am and I have this rotateing thing under my bed and 590A1 I will reach for proven pump action Mossberg 7+1 will take care this 4 guys with no problem. If zombie is coming for me I will raach for my AK47 and few drums. 16 rounds is not enough. (sorry for my broken english but you get my point.
   Steve willoughby
   11/4/2012 9:27:14 AM
   The saga 12 has 12 round box magazines, and a 20 round drum, and now they come fully converted for around a thousand dollars. I have one and they work great, the only problem I have found is they can be hard to do a magazine change under stress.
   john smith
   9/22/2012 4:02:27 AM
   $2,400???? greedy greedy greedy
   Jason_SRM
   9/13/2012 1:37:39 PM
   @Northern-Lighs 1. The safety can easily be switched from right to left. All the controls on the weapon are ambidextrous. 2. Rotating the barrels is a piece of cake. You can unload 16 rounds in 5 seconds. 3. The price is right for this weapon. There's nothing else like it. Visit our website and take a close look at all the features this weapon offers. As I said, there is no other semi-auto, high capacity shotgun in the world that has features that our line of shotguns do. Thanks for your feedback!
   Northern-Lighs
   8/31/2012 12:34:38 PM
   Three problems. First, the safety is on the wrong side from most guns and even the shooter in the video fumbles with it. Second....rotating the barrels and reloading a new cylinder seems to be a bit messy. In a high stress environment....this is deadly. Third...who's doing drugs when they priced this thing?
   Mack [plastic] Missiletoe
   8/29/2012 12:35:47 AM
   Looks like the price of Plastic is going up...
   Kboxvegas
   8/28/2012 5:27:02 PM
   I dont see a point to this if you have to rotate the tubes by hand. Bang Bang Bang Bang Click... Huh? ooh crap hold still. Ok were good. Bang Bang Bang... Same thing with the KSG, IF you can find one and IF they are not asking way over MSRP. I will take my Saiga 12ga with a 20rnd drum any day of the week over these.
   noodles
   8/28/2012 2:49:25 PM
   What is the cost, and availability of extra magazines?
   WMH
   8/28/2012 2:47:33 PM
   Perhaps SRM will take notice if enough people comment. The price is ridiculous. If you want to sell some shotguns you're going to have to come off that price. I won't consider it for anything above $1000. I also noted the difficulty the test shooter exhibited when rotating that mag-tube. Add a home defensive situation into that mix and you have a potentially deadly problem. This shotgun requires time on the trigger to gain proficiency so expect to spend lots of money on shells and range time.
   JW
   8/28/2012 1:55:41 PM
   If a homeowner, while protecting himself and his family from an intruder, is unable to neutralize the threat with 7 rounds from his Mossberg 590, the additional nine rounds from the 1216 will not likely be of much value....against zombies, maybe.....against a single intruder, I think not.
   Rick S.
   8/28/2012 7:58:38 AM
   I agree... Nice concept for a shotgun, but WAY overpriced! There is nothing unique enough about that shotgun that makes it worth $2K!! I *might* consider $1200. But that's still pushing it. Especially when you consider you can get a Kel-Tek KSG 12 for $799. Matt was spot on about that.
   Ben
   8/28/2012 6:41:29 AM
   Agree it's a bit high priced. What's loaded weight? 20 gauge may be more practical from a handling standpoint. I much like the concept. Too expensive.
   Nate
   8/28/2012 6:59:53 AM
   Price a little high. Maybe around $1000.00 would work
   James Dulin
   8/27/2012 10:38:41 PM
   Ray said, "I was ready to go buy one until I saw the price tag." my thoughts exactly. imagine how many mossberg 500s i could buy with that money. anyone with that much money to spend on a home defense shotgun is probably not going to buy a home defense shotgun.
   Doug
   8/27/2012 7:50:22 PM
   1) How long is the barrel? 2) How much is a spare magazine cost? 3) Does anyone have a video of this at a trap or skeet/clays range?
   Ray
   8/27/2012 7:02:05 PM
   I was ready to go buy one until I saw the price tag.
   larry c
   8/27/2012 6:57:12 PM
   divide that price about 5.... WAY TOO Pricey
   Matthew Becker
   8/27/2012 4:03:10 PM
   the only thing that would make this better would be if the cyclenders rotated by them selfs, without the shooter have to turn them. I would buy this but the KSG 12 has just as many rounds, and is only $800 compared to $2000 so overview SMR 1216 + cool tactical look + 16 round capacity +simi-auto - $2000+ price tag - cylenders must be manually rotated - no room for underbarrel attachments suck as forgrip
   Ben
   8/27/2012 3:53:25 PM
   I'll take one with a red dot.

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   SRM 1216 12 Gauge Semi-Automatic Fighting Shotgun
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       Quote Originally Posted by maniclion View Post
       Chop a door in half, I'll chop an intruder in half with that fucking gun...
       Guns like that give me a chub, sickness! 

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SRM 1216 Tactical Shotgun 12 GA S/N 000444 Click Photo to Enlarge

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SRM 1216 Tactical Semi-Auto Shotgun
   12 GA
   2 3/4" & 3" shells
   Considered the next generation in tactical and home defense shotguns
   Shoots 16 rounds, 4 rounds in each of the 4 tubes in detachable magazine
   Additional magazine included ($200 value)
   Butt pad added ($40 value)
   Ambidextrous shooting design
   Picatinny rail
   Triple faced hand guard
   18" barrel
   Serial number 000444

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SRM 1216 12 Gauge Semi-Automatic Fighting Shotgun New Topic Reply Forward Author Message PocketsCCW Member Member

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Posted: 2/25/2013 1:28:34 PM

THE IMAGE ABOVE IS A PAID ADVERTISEMENT Be a good bed side gun

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Posted: 2/25/2013 1:30:27 PM That would be fun on a Snow Goose hunt! Originally Posted By Procyon: “While you nerds were screwing around with Internet speed tests, I got a blowjob. Now I'm eating pizza.”

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Posted: 2/25/2013 1:36:03 PM [Last Edit: 2/25/2013 1:38:42 PM by Mattl] With a duck-bill choke and backpack mag setup this has real potential.

Can you bypass a tube?? Go from tube 1 to tube 3? User Info J_E_D Thread Style: Classic Bronze Contributor Team Member

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Posted: 2/25/2013 1:36:05 PM In before RustedAce… All generalizations are wrong. User Info TheBigRuss Handicapper General Bronze Contributor Team Member

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Posted: 2/25/2013 1:36:49 PM Price: $2,399.00 With Capitalism, man exploits man. With Communism, it's the other way around. User Info MP15T Member Bronze Contributor Team Member

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Posted: 2/25/2013 1:40:30 PM This gun sucks on COD.

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Posted: 2/25/2013 1:42:24 PM that must weigh a ton fully loaded User Info Kihn Member Member

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Posted: 2/25/2013 1:44:00 PM FPS did a video with it. He was prettty fast on it. User Info KarlRichter Member Member

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Posted: 2/25/2013 1:44:56 PM Would that put you into open division for 3 gun matches?

How much do spare “mags” cost?

Seems like the next evolution of the X-rail.

Shucking shells into the bottom of an 1100 just absolutely kills my weak hand thumb. User Info Vne Member Member

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Posted: 2/25/2013 2:02:29 PM 300-600 meter flip sights? We all saw Haley hittin steel with the 300 Blackout at 500 meters. I wanna see someone out do that now at 600 with slugs. GO! User Info Magurgle Gun plumber for hire Bronze Contributor Team Member

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Posted: 2/25/2013 2:20:30 PM do want Fighting 8 or 12 teenage girls would be like becoming the terminator, which i think we can all agree is fucking awesome. ~mattsd

Oh, I'm gonna go to the special hell. User Info KarlRichter Member Member

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Posted: 2/25/2013 2:23:53 PM Originally Posted By Dunragit: that must weigh a ton fully loaded

nine 12 gauge shells weigh 14.2 ounces. I picked 9 because that is how much my Remington 1100 tactical model holds. 17 12 gauge shells weigh 26.8 ounces.

I bet if anything, it will feel nose heavy, kind of awkward. But still not as gangly looking like an X rail equipped Benelli/Versamax/FN SLP . User Info shan2 Member Member

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Posted: 2/25/2013 2:26:53 PM Originally Posted By TheBigRuss: Price: $2,399.00

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Posted: 2/25/2013 8:14:11 PM That's a steal! I'll take two! User Info sixnine Member Bronze Contributor Team Member

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Posted: 2/25/2013 8:17:16 PM I saw an article on that and it seems pretty cool, I wonder how quick switching tubes is? 4 shots could leave you in a lurch, if it was slow or unreliable.

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Posted: 2/25/2013 8:22:35 PM Originally Posted By MP15T: This gun sucks on COD.

I looked at the gun and though ” i figured COD made that shit up..guess not“ “Yet my pistol is more than just security. Like an Orthodox Jewish yarmulke or a Christian cross, it is a symbol of who I am, what I believe, and the moral standards by which I live.” User Info Goosemaster Member Member

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Posted: 2/25/2013 8:47:03 PM Oh hell yeah. What someone needs to do is modify an xrail to fit it and no more need to turn the magazine manually. Originally Posted By HUMONGO: That would be fun on a Snow Goose hunt!

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