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Author Topic: Move Over Shockwave, TAC-14, and Serbu  (Read 446 times)

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Move Over Shockwave, TAC-14, and Serbu
« on: March 11, 2018, 04:47:06 AM »

BAM! The SKO Shorty!!! Time for these three to take a back seat for now. Want a home defense 12 gauge Other, well here it is and it's even in semi auto and Made in Connecticut....Oh ya and FUDM!

From what I understand Connecticut Shotgun has another company called Standard Manufacturing, which make the DP-12. Being sold now in Connecticut with last round bolt hold open and threaded for chokes. Saw this last week at a local store and I like the way felt in hand. If I had the money right then n there I would of walked out with it :)

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Re: Move Over Shockwave, TAC-14, and Serbu
« Reply #1 on: March 11, 2018, 05:50:31 AM »
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BAM! The SKO Shorty!!! Time for these three to take a back seat for now. Want a home defense 12 gauge Other, well here it is and it's even in semi auto and Made in Connecticut....Oh ya and FUDM!

From what I understand Connecticut Shotgun has another company called Standard Manufacturing, which make the DP-12. Being sold now in Connecticut with last round bolt hold open and threaded for chokes. Saw this last week at a local store and I like the way felt in hand. If I had the money right then n there I would of walked out with it :)

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It was that 111 elite place you saw it right? It looks like the receivers, the mags sorta look the same as the akdal m1919 shotties too.

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Re: Move Over Shockwave, TAC-14, and Serbu
« Reply #2 on: March 11, 2018, 06:19:25 AM »
Yep, 111 Elite
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Re: Move Over Shockwave, TAC-14, and Serbu
« Reply #3 on: March 11, 2018, 08:26:06 AM »
Interesting, definitely more functional than Black Aces. MSRP is $600.
And agreed, I like another in the safe that is engraved "Made in Connecticut".
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It'll match my Hi-Standard Model 10 made in Hamden, CT (kidding, that thing is a major POS- cuts your fingers loading it, and generally FTFs every shot). But I could beat someone severely with the 5lb flashlight mounted on it...

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