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Any advice on a cool auto 12 gauge?

I'm wondering what some of your thoughts are on on a badass 12 gauge semi-auto tactical type? I was thinking about a Kel Tec Bull Pup but am definitely still looking around to see what else is out there. Thanks for any input, as long as it's not anal.
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Looks like I will need 2 of those!
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"Worst case scenario, you poke them with it and fuck their shit up"
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as long as it's not anal.
Saving yourself for the GDC camping trip?
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Yep, a fellow can only take so much!
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Vepr 12 or if you have trouble finding one of those converted saiga 12. The Benelli M4 is pretty badass as well. Kel tec is junk IMO
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http://www.tromix.com/saiga.htm
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This is my girl. Good ole mossberg 500 with an ati folding stock.
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Next time they will take orders, Feb, 2015!!! They do look really nice though.
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Saiga 12 FTW. Better get one while you can.
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Sagia 12 Simi Auto. I have put about 100 rounds through it and it's works like a clock now! This one has a 10 round mag in it but you can also get 20 round drum..
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Next time they will take orders, Feb, 2015!!! They do look really nice though.
What you can do is buy a stock Saiga now and then have them convert it later
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What you can do is buy a stock Saiga now and then have them convert it later

SVS is right on the money!!! I did the same thing, bought it stock and did the conversion from carolinashooterssupply. You have to move the trigger assy forward and to do that you just have to drill out 3 rivets. There are some great videos on their site on how to do it and you can buy the entire kit from them all together or one piece at a time!. Took me about 2 hours to convert.. See the stock before and after pics below
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What you can do is buy a stock Saiga now and then have them convert it later
I may do that, I haven't come across anything I liked better so far.

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SVS is right on the money!!! I did the same thing, bought it stock and did the conversion from carolinashooterssupply. You have to move the trigger assy forward and to do that you just have to drill out 3 rivets. There are some great videos on their site on how to do it and you can buy the entire kit from them all together or one piece at a time!. Took me about 2 hours to convert.. See the stock before and after pics below
Damn nice piece.
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Re: Any advice on a cool auto 12 gauge?

The Saigas are damn rugged and reliable, just like the AKs they are mostly based on - and you won't find many other detachable magazine auto shotguns, not commonly available anyway.
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I may do that, I haven't come across anything I liked better so far.



Damn nice piece.
All you need is a hand power drill, a 3/8 drill bit and needle nose pliers!
The stock and everything else bolts right up! They have great tech support too.
When I am at the range and I unload 10 rounds of 12 gauge 00 buck in 9 seconds people notice!!!
It is also capable of shooting sabot rifled slugs in case you need to "reach out and touch someone" a few extra yards out, so keep a mag of those on hand too and you are good to go! I know this is over kill but they also make a slide fire stock and basically turns it into a full auto shotgun but you better have a good shoulder!!

I got it one piece at a time, and it didn't cost me a dime
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All you need is a hand power drill, a 3/8 drill bit and needle nose pliers!
The stock and everything else bolts right up! They have great tech support too.
When I am at the range and I unload 10 rounds of 12 gauge 00 buck in 9 seconds people notice!!!
It is also capable of shooting sabot rifled slugs in case you need to "reach out and touch someone" a few extra yards out, so keep a mag of those on hand too and you are good to go! I know this is over kill but they also make a slide fire stock and basically turns it into a full auto shotgun but you better have a good shoulder!!
"Slide fire", "bump fire", etc. is kiddie bullshit IMHO
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