Shotgun/scatter gat blatteries time
>pic related makes me dick hard but I can't find em anywhere
Sadly there's also a 14 inch barrel.
It has to start as a pistol grip only shotgun, then it can evolve into a gyrados, and then a Non-NFA item with a 14 " barrel and birdshead grip to lengthen it to 26.5 inches.
>not designed to be fired from shoulder at factory
>no stock =firearm, restriction is overall length
And when I had a top folder on it...
I'm getting an Ithaca 37 in this link http://www.simpsonltd.com/product_info.php?products_id=42362
Can I put a Choate pistol grip onto it, or is that a bad idea? It as an 18.5" barrel.
He can put any grip on it he wants, so long as the barrel is not shorter than 18" and the over all length is greater 26". This is all assuming his shotgun was built with a stock on it from the factory.
The reason people can make these super short 500s and 870s is because they are not SBS. They are not SBS because they were never shotguns to begin with.
Dude, aside from it looking like the coolest shotgun IN SPACE since the SPAS-12, it is not worth your time. Everything it does, the Kel-Tec KSG does better. And that's if you don't want to go with the less expensive, more reliable and infinitely more available 870/590 8-rounders with shells on a sling/rack mount. It misfeeds all the time, and since a large portion of it was made out of lightweight polymers to save weight, some of those parts in high-stress areas are liable to bend, crack or shatter.
In other words, it's Turkish gunsmithing brought into the 21st century.
When Franchi was still marketing and making the SPAS-12, a common complaint was that the pump/auto system on the gun made it complex, heavy, and most importantly expensive.
So in an attempt to offer a "lower-cost" alternative to the SPAS-12 they made two shotguns using the same receiver as the SPAS-12: The LAW-12 and SAS-12.
They were essentially stripped down SPAS-12s that could fire in pump-action or auto-loading only. The LAW-12 was semi-auto only, whereas the SAS-12 was pump-action. They could also use all the accessories designed for the SPAS-12
Both the LAW-12 and SPAS-12 are banned from importation, but Franchi discontinued all three guns in 2000.
Top to bottom: SPAS-12, SAS-12, LAW-12