Modern pump-action shotguns?
From what I can tell just by research on the internet, the DP12 is the best out of all the ones on the market as fair as reliability and quality of craftsmanship, but what about you guys? Good ideas or overpriced toys?
I like all three of the odd pump actions.
The KSG is the smallest and feels pretty good to hold. I have heard it has bad ergonomics though.
The UTS 12 looks pretty bulky, but it is supposedly built pretty good.
And the DP-12 is really neat and well built, but heavy as fuck.
I'd buy all three if I had money to waste because they are all pretty awesome, but I'm afraid to drop that serious money and possibly be disappointed.
The Neostead is still the way to go.
Non-retarded controls, integral handstop,
fucking heavyweight materials which is what you want for a 12-gauge chamber under your cheekbone.
Yeah, they've improved the sights, but the resulting guns are worse.
On the flipside, you have the KSG which entails sticking your hand in a sharp pointy aperture to load.
How it should be:
Pop gun open
Fill with shells
I would become a gunsmith just to make and sell these in the US.
I'd want better sights, but I'd still be first in line.
>Look at this fucking thing
There are three versions, with changes from the original at 7000 serial and 12000 serial. The second version is supposed to be generally okay and earlier units can be sent in an converted, but the work is done by Huglo's US warranty center, who is not known for speed.
I have the DP-12, used a KSG for a few days, but have only handled a UTS-15. Of the three, it is the lightest and handles the least like a normal shotgun.