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Shotguns - USA

Auto Assault-12 (AA-12)

he Auto Assault-12 (AA-12), originally designed and known as the Atchisson Assault Shotgun, is a shotgun developed in 1972 by Maxwell Atchisson. The most prominent feature is reduced recoil. The current 2005 version has been developed over 18 years since the patent was sold to Military Pol...

Colt Defender Mark I

Colt Defender Mark I was an American 8-barrel shotgun intended for law enforcement or military use, completed in 1967.

The shotgun had a semi-automatic like fire without the complexity of being a semi-automatic weapon.

Each barrel was chambered for the 20 gauge 3 inch magnum shell. T...

High Standard HS-10A /10B

The basic idea of the bullpup stock for the semi-automatic shotgun vas devised by the US police sergeant Alfred Crouch circa 1957. He developed a "device for firing the shotgun single handed" around a Remington 11-48 autoloading shotgun, and began to offer it to various shotgun manufacturers. His...

Ithaca model 37

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The Ithaca model 37 shotgun is one of the oldest pump action shotguns still in production. It was introduced...

Jackhammer Mk3A1

The Jackhammer automatic shotgun was developed by the US firearms designer John Andersen, who requested patents for the basic design of this shotgun in 1984. Since that time and until the late 1990s he continued to develop and improve his basic design but as far as I know failed to attract any se...

KAC Masterkey (Shotgun System)

The Masterkey is a door breaching system manufactured by Knight`s Armament Company.

The Masterkey project was initiated during the 1980s to provide assault rifles with a potent built-in breaching tool. Individual soldiers were often forced to carry a breaching shotgun in addition to their stan...

Mossberg 500

Mossberg 500, along with Remington 870 and Winchester 1300, is one of the most poular and versatile USA-made pump action shotguns.
Mossberg 500 is magazine feed, manually operated (pump action) smoothbore gun. Bolt carrier is operated via two action bars, chamber locking is achieved via tilting ...

Mossberg 590

Mossberg 590 was developed by O.F.Mossberg & sons company (USA) in the mid-1970s as a "mil-spec" (adopted for US Military) modification of the model 500 shotgun. "Militarization" include strenghtening of the receiver and other parts, installation of the vented heatshield around the barrel, bayone...

Remington 11-87

The Remington Model 11-87 (sometimes misspelled as 1187) was announced in the year 1987 as an improved and strengthened version of the Remington model 1100 shotgun. The new model is technically similar to its predecessor but is stronger because it is intended to fire 3" (76 mm) magnum shells. Bot...

Remington 1100

The Remington model 1100 autoloading (semi-automatic) shotgun was first announced in 1963. It replaced in the production at the Remington some earlier autoloaders, such as models 11-48 and Sportsman 58, and since then model 1100 was manufactured and sold in large numbers around the world (more th...

Remington 870

Remington 870 "Wingmaster" was introduced by Remington in 1950, and since then become one of the most popular USA-made pump action all-purpose shotguns. Beginning it's life as a versatile hunting shotgun, available in many different configurations and gauges, in early 1970s Remington 870 was adop...

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Highly modified Remington 12 gauge Model 870P Magnum Parkerized Shotgun

Serbu Super-Shorty

The SUPER-SHORTY is based on a Mossberg Cruiser 12-gauge shotgun which came from the factory with a pistol grip. Because of this, the SUPER-SHORTY is considered an AOW (Any Other Weapon) and can be transferred with a $5 stamp! The gun holds two 2-3/4" or 3" (if you like pain) shells in the magazi...

Winchester 1300 Marines

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Winchester Model 1897

The Winchester Model 1897, also known as the Model 97, M97, or Trench Gun, was a pump-action shotgun with an external hammer and tube magazine manufactured by the Winchester Repeating Arms Company.
The Model 1897 was an evolution of the Winchester Model 1893 designed by John Browning.

XM-26 LSS (Lightweight Shotgun System)

The XM-26 Lightweight Shotgun System has been in development at the US Army's Soldier Battle Lab since late 1990s. These shotguns are manufactured by the C-More Systems company. The idea was to provide soldiers with lightweight accessory weapon, which could be mounted under the standard issue inf...


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