Description

We are proud to introduce the KRAL XP AK -Style magazine fed 12 gauge shotgun. The shotgun is made by Kral in Turkey. It features a 19″ threaded barrel rated at 1370 bar steel shot. Included is are 2 (two)- 5rd magazines. Magazine well is compatible with and will accept any Saiga 12 Style Magazine. I also features bolt hold open button and a four position gas system . It comes with synthetic grip and fixed stock. The shotgun also comes with 2x5rd magazines, 3 chokes, gas block adjustment tool, cleaning kit and manual SKU: KRAL0001 2 x 5rd Magazine Bolt Hold Open Button Pistol Grip 3 chokes 4 Position Gas System Gas Block Adjustment Tool Cleaning Kit & Manual
Specifications
Product Specs SKU: KRAL0001 2 x 5rd Magazine Bolt Hold Open Button Pistol Grip 3 chokes 4 Position Gas System Gas Block Adjustment Tool Cleaning Kit & Manual Weight 10 lbs Dimensions 39.5 × 9 × 3 in
Country of Manufacture Turkey
License Requirement FFL
Manufacturer I.O. Inc.
Mfg. Part Number KRAL0001
Caliber/Gauge 12 GA
Action Semi Automatic
Barrel Length 19
Condition New

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Pretty wild looking 12 gauge.

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Everybody still trying to make Saiga type weapons.

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Lack of fast follow ups usually does’t matter when you send 5 rounds of 00B in anything’s general direction. Spread not speed...or something like that.

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Ah, the old "you don't have to aim" shotgun fallacy. Go on, keep dreaming... ::)

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For my application of home defense I don’t see anything wrong with “throwing 00B” (as you posted below) at the hallway 6ft from my bed.

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For my application of home defense I don’t see anything wrong with “throwing 00B” (as you posted below) at the hallway 6ft from my bed.

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Atchisson figured out almost 50 years ago that an assault shotgun needed to be in 16ga or 20ga; 12ga has too much recoil for fast followup. It's the equivalent idea to why full-power battle rifles gave way to intermediates like the AR-15 & AKs [-47 or -74, take your pick.] Since 16ga is something of a "boutique" caliber any more, where's the 20ga version of this bad boy? [Not that I can own one here behind the Granola Curtain; semi-auto shotguns can't have removable mags here... ::p ]

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Just to play devil’s advocate what about the AA12 that thing has next to no recoil. And why are almost all military and police shotguns 12ga? I would rather have a 12ga over a 20ga, just sayin

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AA12 uses constant-recoil, which makes a huge difference. Everything it 12ga because 12ga was already the king of the hill 100+ years ago; modern powders & technology that benefit 20ga more than 12ga didn't exist. 12ga is great for throwing 00 buck, but ITRW, #2 & #1 buck are the better choice at the house-clearing distances shotguns are best at. Longer ranges? Use a slug; the terminal ballistics of a 7/8oz vs 1oz slug don't vary that much. Doing more with less. 16ga would be best of both worlds, but it's already lost the race & is just an esoteric hunting specialist round now...

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