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All you need about shotguns
Single shot: shotguns are generally the least expensive; their downfall is that they only hold one shell at a time.
To fire again, you have to open the breach and insert a new shell, a time consuming activity. Still, they are a functional tool for many tasks.

Pump-action: shotguns are the most common kind.
They are known for their low cost (though some models can still get very expensive, they are some of the cheapest common shotguns), and reliability. After every shot you must pump the fore-end (place where you put your left hand) of the gun to eject the spent shell and load another from the magazine tube into the chamber.

Auto-loader: shotguns (also known as "semi-automatic") use a few different types of systems so the only operation you do to fire a round is pull the trigger.
Reliability is lowered and using a variety of rounds reduces reliability even more.

Double barrel shotguns come in two varieties: over-under (O/U) with one barrel above another, and side-by-sides, in which the barrels are located horizontally.
Barrel length primarily affects the handling capabilities of the shotgun.

It also affects the ability to aim the shotgun accurately.

Longer barrels swing more smoothly and are considered better for predictable targets. Shorter barrels are both easier to maneuver in restricted spaces and are quicker to point; they are considered better for combat or unpredictable birds.

Longer barrels give you a longer distance from the end of the barrel to your eye, making eye alignment less critical. This makes them more accurate.

There is a slight increase in muzzle velocity with longer barrels, but it's not enough to worry about. More important is the increased flash and noise when shooting a shotgun with a short barrel.
See also Hunting Shotguns
HMF-01 Semi Auto
MODE-01 Semi Auto
MODE-02 & 05 Semi Auto
SGA-501 Semi Auto
SGA-601 Semi Auto
Gauge12
Barrel Length 47-61 cm
Magazine Cap. 2+1, 4+1, 9+1
Stock Synthetic,metal
Receiver Finish Black & White Anodized
Barrel Finish Black Chrome
Gauge12
Barrel Length 47-81 cm
Magazine Cap. 4+1, 7+1
Stock Walnut,synthetic
Receiver Finish Black & White Anodized
Barrel Finish Black Chorome
Semi Auto Shotguns
Gauge:12
Barrel Length:47-61 cm
Magazine Cap.:2+1 - 4+1 - 9+1
Stock:Walnut,metal
Receiver Finish: Black & White Anodized
Barrel Finish: Black Chrome
Gauge:36
Barrel Length:51 cm
Magazine Cap.:10+1 - 15+1
Stock:Synthetic,metal
Receiver Finish: Black Anodized
Barrel Finish: Black Chorome
HMF-03 Semi Auto
HSKT-0001 Semi Auto
T14 CLASSIC S Semi Auto
Semi Auto Shotguns, 12 Gauge / 36 Gauge
Gauge:12
Barrel Length:47-81 cm
Magazine Cap.:4+1 - 7+1
Stock:Walnut,Synthetic
Receiver Finish: Black &White Anodized
Barrel Finish: Black Chorome
SGK-501 Semi Auto
SGS-601 Semi Auto
SGT-501 Semi Auto
Gauge:36
Barrel Length:47-71 cm
Magazine Cap.:2+1 - 4+1 - 9+1
Stock:Walnut,Synthetic Tactical
Receiver Finish: Black & White Anodized
Barrel Finish: Black Chorome
RI-703 Semi Auto
RS-704 Semi Auto
Pump Action Shotguns
Gauge:12
Barrel Length 47-81 cm
Magazine Cap. 2+1, 4+1, 9+1
Stock Walnut,Synthetic
Receiver Finish  Black and White Anodized
Barrel Finish: Black Chrome
Gauge:12
Barrel Length:47-81 cm
Magazine Cap.:2+1 - 4+1 - 9+1
Stock:Walnut,Synthetic
Receiver Finish: Black and White Anodized
Barrel Finish: Black Chorome
SGPA-602 Pump Action
SGPT-602 Pump Action
SGPT-603 Pump Action
SGPP-602 Pump Action
SGPK-602 Pump Action
SGPK-605 Pump Action
SGPK-604 Pump Action
SGPS-603 Pump Action
Traditional pump-action and semi-automatic tactical shotguns share one serious shortcoming: They are slow to reload. Although they possess formidable short-range terminal performance, they hold a limited number of rounds. When those rounds are gone, the magazine takes a considerable amount of time to replenish.

This is due to their feeding from a tube magazine. Magazine capacity is, of course, limited by tube length. Rounds need to be loaded one at a time, and under stress this can be agonizingly slow.

In reality, loading a traditional shotgun is no faster than loading a French Mle. 1886 Lebel, and that was obsolete before World War I.

Luckily, a tube full of 00 buck is all that’s required in a typical self-defense scenario. However, if you’ve ever longed for a tactical shotgun that was a bit more modern, there is one to consider. It’s the Saiga-12, and it’s a 12-gauge shotgun variation of the famous AK-47.

Saiga, which means Steppe antelope, is a line of sporting firearms produced by Izhmash OJSC of Izhevsk, Russia. Izhmash OJSC is also a major producer of Russian small arms and the home of both the AK47 and the SVD.

Izhevsk is also the adopted home of Mikhail Timofeevich Kalashnikov. 

The Saiga-12 is a semi-automatic, 12-gauge incarnation of Mikhail Kalashnikov’s legendary design.

Better still, like the AK-47, the Saiga-12 feeds from detachable box magazines.

Think about it. A semi-automatic, magazine-fed, 12-gauge AK.

Some interesting possibilities for a fighting shotgun come to mind.
Saiga 12 Gauge
"SAIGA-12C EXP-01" , ver. 030, 12x76, barrel length 430 mm (with muzzle thread), folding AK type plastic buttstock, polymer foreend, with AK type rear sight, with ability to shoot with the stock folded, with ergonomic grip, 2 magazines/8 rds
"SAIGA-12C EXP-01", 12x76, barrel length 430 mm (with muzzle thread), folding AK type plastic buttstock, polymer foreend, with short vent rib, with scope rail side plate for a side scope choke, half choke, with ability to shoot with the stock folded, 1 magazine/5 rds, 1 magazine/8 rds
"SAIGA-12C EXP-01", ver. 030, 12x76, barrel length 430 mm, folding AK type plastic buttstock, polymer foreend, nozzle (a cylindrical shape), with ability to shoot with the stock folded, with ergonomic grip
M2 TACTICAL MAGNUM
Benelli M2 shotguns are highly versatile guns that can be configured according to their owner’s needs.

The Benelli M2 Slug has a stock with a side sling attachment, an extended magazine tube, a slug barrel, a cylindrical choke and a rear sight and windage adjustment.

The Benelli M2 Tactical features a ghost ring sight system with elevation and windage adjustable rear and front sights, and a receiver with holes for a scope rail. The magazine can contain up to 7 cartridges, plus one in the barrel.
Mechanics: Inertial semi-automatic Benelli with variable geometry trigger release unit
Gauge: Ga 12-3"
Chamber: 76 magnum
Stock and fore-end: Technopolymer
Stock length trigger measured / deviation: 360 mm / LH and RH adjustments
Drop at heel: 74 mm adjustable at 64, 69, 79
Drop at comb:
51 mm
Receiver: Ergal, black anodised with mat finish
Sight: Ghost ring sight
Safety: Trasversal amidextrous with red arm ready for shooting signal
Trigger guard: Technopolymer
Trigger:
Removable trigger unit; release force from 22 to 28 N; manual, transverse, reversible safety; automatic anti-repeat device, automatic locking device to prevent firing unless the bolt is fully retracted; magazine cutoff.
Recoil pad: Rubber double ventilation
Tanks: Without plug 3 rounds of 12/76, 4 rounds of 12/70; 2 round with plug
Weight: 3,100 g. approx. with 20" barrel
Benelli M2 Tactical
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