Full auto Russian 12GA

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Marlin T, Apr 27, 2011.

  1. Marlin T

    Marlin T Active Member

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  2. gunguy25

    gunguy25 New Member

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    Its one cool shotgun, I'll take one, i remember seeing this awhile ago i think it was on Future Weapons i believe
  3. Woodnut

    Woodnut Forum Sponsor Supporting Member

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    Really neat gun. I needed that when I used to quail hunt.
  4. Marlin T

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    That AA12 would look even better if it had a "Woodnut" homemade stock.
  5. Double D

    Double D Administrator Staff Member Supporting Member

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    He doesnt think much of his eyes or ears. I did see that shotgun on the military channel. I would love to own a couple.
  6. Juker

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    Crikey, somebody sure is thinkin'!!

    And, (LOL) "... teeth on the barrel... worst case scenario, you can poke somebody with it and **** their **** up." That might be the gun quote of the year...
  7. TheGunClinger

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    I was thinking just that. F*** their S*** up. I dont care who you are that there is funny! Even if you arn't a "Professional Russian".
  8. jack404

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    Спасибо, товарищ, я вижу, вы украли идею нападающий системы и
    завернул ее в пластиковые древесины, рад видеть его в действие. Мы желаем Вам
    Хорошего дня! до свидания на данный момент
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  9. Juker

    Juker New Member

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    Мой австралийский друг, на момент я думал, что вы перешли на другую сторону!
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    No just recognised the old Striker systems mounts when he goes through his motions you can see the striker frame if no-one knows what the striker system is look up Eugene Stoner .. his stoner system gave rise to the striker ,

    Mr Holmes of the home gunsmith series copied it too and produced his "street sweeper" semi auto shotgun ,

    i'll post both documents for the members here ( uploading now )


    http://min.us/mvgfqq ( streeet sweeper shotgun )



    http://min.us/mvbG1H ( Striker system frame for the full auto shotgun)
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  11. Juker

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    Dang it, I should have seen that - it explains that stock.
  12. jack404

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    the mag clip and slide gave it away for me . no other mag mounting system in the world like that


    the striker has been added to with some obvious Saiga bits , but its still a awesome system

    loved the way it dealt with water , that would kill many weapons ( and their operators)
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  13. JLA

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    Its like a lead breathing dragon! I want one!
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    Plans are there , ( link to the streeet sweeper) make one and show us all ..


    from memory this guy is in Georgia, and works at a gun store there .. we chat on another forum on occasion about custom builds , he has taught himself home gun smithing so if he can do this why not us ??
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  15. bluesea112

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    That guy cracks me up. My favorite video is the one where he has his buddy spray him with pepper spray. His reaction made me laugh.
  16. jlloyd73

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    I believe that is a American weapon.....
  17. Maximilian II

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    I thought it was American, too. All stainless construction, I think I saw one or two mounted upside down on an ROV during a History Channel show? Fires finned mini-grenade rounds?
    Am I thinking of something else?
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