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Value. Quality. Reliability. These are more than words at Black Aces Tactical. This is a way of life. Black Aces Tactical is proud to present the all-new Pro Series SMax. Much like our insanely popular Pro Series, the SMax delivers value for money while offering great flexibility. This weapon comes with both shoulder stock and birds head grip! The walnut furniture is gorgeous, and the addition of the birds head grip makes the weapon a truly versatile platform.

Features:

Nickel Plated Bolt, charge handle, and release button
Natural Walnut Furniture
Shoulder Stock and Birds Head Grip Included

SKU: 5165493689
UPC: 702706998376
MFR#: SMAXWD
Brand: Black Aces Tactical
Model: PRO Series SMAX
Gauge: 12ga
Chamber: 2 3/4" | 3"
Capacity: 6
Barrel Length: 18.5"
OAL: 39"
LOP: 14.25"
Chokes: Benelli Mobil Style
Receiver: Aluminum
Weight: 6.4 lbs

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Livinitup, Watch what you say to woo, you might get banned, apparently he has free will to harass,bash, name call, demean, while other people got banned for less then a 1/4 of the shit he says here.

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what no snide, childish comments here from woohoo and libtardtbagger? wake up guys there people here disagreeing! isnt that your time to "shine" or did you both finally grow up?

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Lol. I want this gun, but I hate seeing the price creep up. I know some of this is supply and demand, but I don't typically put PSA in the "price gouge" category. Hopefully they have a good reason for raising the price, and it's not just greed.

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I eat turkey all the time for lunch.

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Personally I would buy two maverick 88s over this. Better invest in 80% rifles. Gun ban and more gun control is coming.

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Everyone knows what opinions are like! I have several Turkish, Italian, American, Japanese and other shotguns. Turkish shotguns are average at best. If you shoot 10 shells a month, then you will be fine with about anything. If you shoot hundreds or more, you will see these low end shotguns begin to fail. The old adage that you get what you pay for is pretty much the truth.

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I’ll call BS. there I said it. Iceman style.

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It is definately a nice looking shotgun. I could give to shits where they are made. Most of the finest weapons oit there are from other countries. America unfortunately prefers to create the "lower to mid grade stuff" Most of the high end firearms on the market today are imported from other countries. Just my opinion and facts from my research. You may not agree with me and that is perfectly fine. I have no issue with that.

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Or worse some American company just rebrands an import. Pentagon buys all sorts of Chinese parts it thinks are American made. I have seen it myself. Repackaged garbage.

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Great gun with tons of good reviews online. Some of you are butt hurt for paying so much more for other brands.

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Don’t buy Turkish made, stick with American

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Ridiculous. Turkish firearms are of very good quality, at reasonable price points,. Their shotguns are excellent. Buy American? So..no Glock, HK, Sig Sauer, Kalashnikov or Benelli? You'd rather trust you life to a Hi-Point? You probably think Springfield Armory is great.

It's irresponsible to spout ignoranct nonsense like this. The noobs and sheeple will believe it.

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I'd trust my life to any colt firearms that I have, not to any Turkish firearms. Seen some that are good, but overall I think that they are just OK and that you are the one spouting ridiculousness.

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If you think Turkish made guns at this price point are of "very good quality" you must own nothing but junk. I have a Black Aces Pro Series S that is an absolute POS, that won't cycle anything but buckshot and slugs and they will not answer emails about a fix either. Each to their own, for me, lesson learned.

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Why are you shooting anything else but buckshot and slugs roll with a black ace on duty and I trust it over a 870 or a mossberg so yea

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Firearms made in Turkey: Canik, Stoeger, Huglu, Hatsan, UTAS not to mention the Husan Akdal MKA1919 (a favorite in 3-gun for years) Husan was awarded the Golden Bullseye Awards by Shooting Illustrated Shotgun, and rated among the best products for shooting sports by the NRA (2016).

Fact: the United States is one of the largest importers of Turkish firearms.

I'd never buy anything from Black Aces - just a few years ago they were gouging on their Serba Shorty clone for $900. Competitors beat their asses on the same Turkish imports so now they're trying to catch up. I wouldn't be surprised if they cheaped out on QA. I'd never buy anything like Black Aces Pro Series S - mall ninja shit if I ever saw. Hard to control, terrible range, low capacity: a weapon of thieves and bullies. Still, YouTube seems to love them. I'd guess you're either not shooting high brass or limp wristing it. Barring that, send it in for repair - even Black Aces has a decent warranty.

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Why? where's available?

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Don't listen to this fool. Turkish shotguns are consistently very good and at reasonable price points if their importers wish to remain competitive. Black Aces gouged people for a while a few years ago with their shorty shotguns imports at $900+. Other importers started kicking their butt with semi auto shotguns so they lowered their prices to remain competitive.

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They seem to have changed the type of receiver. The older ones look like a Mossberg 9200 copy, the current ones look like a Remington V3

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Pretty sure these are dolled up FEDARM clones being passed off as genuine American product...

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They are.

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Purchased from Palmetto State Armory recently. Runs good. Looks sharp. Only problem is I got one without the birdshead grip. Maybe a packing oversight? Called the company, no answer as of yet. Emailed PSA, no answer yet. In my exuberance, I did not check that all was in order at the transfer so maybe the joke is on me for now. If they get back to me, ill update. At any rate, I like it, and seems a solid choice for alot of applications with all the included chokes.

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Sorry to hear that I had a similar experience with PSA. When I bought a Ruger LCP it was missing the little piece that sits in front of the bottom of magazine

Midway USA had them for 5$ or so. I don’t know if it was PSA or my FFL (maybe they took it off idk) but it was lame city. FWIW I didn’t even bother with contacting PSA. The pistol appeared to be a “blem” also but wasn’t awful enough to send back.

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If these are anything like the Pro Series S, they are absolute garbage.

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We get your point, you dont like turkish guns. I on the other hand own an ar12 from panzer arms. Other than the cosmoline like grease you have to clean out with a toothbrush, it fires buck, bird and slugs with no issue. All autoloaders have a break in period to mate the parts. For the money they are well worth what you get. I have probably amassed a 150k collection of guns in the last 40 years and have shot anything from 22lr to 50 BMG, with .338 Lapua magnum being my favorite round. But now even Benelli's patent has expired and EAA a Turkish company is making a clone that works just like the original and is very reliable.

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MSRP of this gun is $399. PSA is claiming it is normally $499. Something's wrong.

https://www.blackacestactical.com/product-page/pro-series-s-max-18-5-nat...

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