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Old 01-23-2010, 01:56 AM   #11
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I'd get one if they were available in my country.

Semiauto rifles with removable magazines are forbidden here, so this kind of shotgun would be a fantastic weapon to have.

I might just import one through a local gun shop, in the mean time I'll survive with my 870.
I know how you feel. Living in California there are a lot of things out there we can't have. If you bought an S12, I promise you would not regret it. Plus their an investment. It seems everytime I turn around the price on them has gone up.
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bloody heck

that's beautiful, what are those custom grips and stocks?

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bloody heck

that's beautiful, what are those custom grips and stocks?
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The stock is a Command Arms adjustable for a stamped receiver and the grip is CAA as well.

The fore arm is a DPH tri rail that I am actually going to sell here pretty soon.

The fore grip will go with the rail, it is a Leapers brand I think...

That thing is a blast to shoot.
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Got my new foregrip....Magpul AFG and it is great.

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actually i much prefer that!

Did not know that kind of grip was availabe eh

i find myself holding my vertical foregrip in the corner where it meets the stock

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Hey Robocop10mm, is that a door breaching attachment on the end of your saiga?
Are you in enforcement with that shotgun?
Yes 4" breacher on 14" bbl (yes it is permanently attached). Custom, one of a kind design. Possibly coming soon (reverse engineered by a friend at Sprinco).

LE? Well, yeah? That is my daily carry shotgun. Don't have to shoot it, It scares the bad guys when they see it. Oh, well, maybe I am the one that scares them.
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I found my s12 at a local pawn shop for 280.00
couldnt leave without it

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