"RCI’s new eye-catching product is called the XRAIL (Roth Auto Index Loader). What does it do? Catch this: It ups your shotgun’s round capacity to 23 without significantly increasing your weapon’s overall weight. The XRAIL fits on multiple shotgun platforms."
This item was featured recently on the show American Handgunner as used in an entry level civilian combat shotgun course and it was very well demonstrated to function with any action shotgun (pump, semi, or even lever action) as long as the gun itself was OEM designed to support a tube magazine and able to accept an extension of as much.
The unit does not interface nor affect normal use of the shotguns action.
It is strictly a magazine capacity extender.
I don't understand the opposition to this. Seems like a smart way to fill a niche application. Many of the same arguments about weight could be made about high capacity pistols as well. My 8 round P225 is a lot lighter than a big double stack 45.
Certainly a 20 round Saiga-12 drum magazine isn't any more practical than this thing. They're huge!
A shotgun is a CQB weapon. I'll keep mine as slick as possible and not ruin the balance and swing of the gun.
If you like it, have fun. I don't see any real world practical application for it.
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