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IWI Bullpup 12ga shotgun

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It's kinda cool in a "Starship Troopers" way, but I'm not gonna buy one. I'm more interested in the Tavor 7 with 20" barrel.

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I like it but would have liked it better if it took detachable mags. How hard is it to load? If it loads like a tube magazine pump then idk. It probably will be a very well made firearm. Id much rather have this then a ksg.

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Probably just looking at it in a picture is the closest I'll get living in NJ. booo.gif

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the thing looks like it recoils alot while folks firing it, totally breaks sight picture etc.... sure folks will say it recoils light, but i dont believe that

 

this beats teh srm 1216 or whatever its called in price, which is good, but the srm is alot more streamlined

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I played with this at Shot Show. It really wasn’t bad in weight. I totally didn’t like it though. It was very cumbersome for me to handle. Having to manually rotate the tubes every 5 rounds would be such a pain too. Couldn’t even imagine trying it in a high stress situation. Reloading would absolutely suck. Just inspecting it seemed if you had a jam in a hot situation you would be screwed and better off to drop and pull your pistol, even if well covered with space, time and distance from the perps being well in your favor. I think we will see all these multi-tube designs fade away and fast now that companies see a double stack is very possible... I also agree on the video comment that it seemed to kick excessively but maybe it was the shooters not controlling it well... The old P12 design that never materialized seems like best bullpup design I have seen yet. Even there though I think a bullpup with a 20rd double stack in the rear would be my pick.

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I don't care how they do it, I am not a tube fed gun fan. The manual of arms is different than every common military rifle, having weight going out nearly to the end of the weapon is far from ideal, and the slowness of single round loading is ridiculous. Loose rounds have to be carried somehow if you plan to reload. I just can't find good reasons for me to want to buy a tube fed gun of any kind when there is a detachable mag option available. These multi-tube offerings have increased the oddness of the manual of arms aspect. I have seen multiple people, including myself, attempt to fire a multi-tube shotgun quickly and it is weird and clumsy for most all people. 

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