Adds critical weight out front where it's needed. :biggrin2:
Turned that shotty into a really mean STREET BROOM. :yup:
I want one for my 930 spx, I think it would make for a very fun weapon system.
A mere $700 dollars.
well if thats all its gonna cost me i think i need one, anyone wanna let me borrow 700 dollers?
Plus, it is designed for use with the FN autoloading police shotguns. To use it on a Mossberg, Benelli, Remington, or Winchester SX3 requires the purchase of an additional adapter. And those cost an additional $70 So for those shotgun brands you are looking at a total cost of either $770 or $820
This product is pretty crazy, though, you have to admit.
For 700 you can get a saiga 12 and some 20 round drums
Well I don't panic buy so mine is in my safe
I'm With AZ.
Ill keep my Saiga SBS. It short,light and has rapid reload capability without having to lug it all around on the front of the shotgun.
Its an interesting idea, but only for people without Saiga's.
I wounder why they didn't make it replace the forearm/original magazine tube. Seems like that way they could retain the gun's original silhouette and the ergonomics wouldn't be terribly different.
Seems to me that this could cause issues with recoil-operated autoloaders.
I've heard of this happening with rail fore-ends on the Benelli M4
that is funny; I showed it to my wife; she said the 12 GA is her primary HD gun and does not want me to spend 700 to make it to heavy for her to fight with haha. guess it is not for me..