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post #1 of 13 Old Feb 11th, 2006, 6:13 pm Thread Starter
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For all you firearms enthusiasts!

A cut-n-paste article from a friend - attribution not known.

Military Police Systems recently unveiled a must-have weapon in the current CQB environment. The company out of Piney Flats, Tennessee has come out with a unique selectable (via a unique trigger) 12-gauge shotgun called the Auto Assault 12 Automatic Shotgun or AA-12 Automatic Shotgun. The AA name originally stood for "Atchisson Assault" after the original inventor but has been changed since Military Police Systems purchased the rights to the unique weapon. The weapon utilizes a constant recoil system that reduces recoil by 90% as compared to a traditional 12 gauge shotgun. The reduction in recoil is the primary reason that this shotgun can be fired effectively in the automatic mode. With little or no barrel rise, this weapon is a monster when clearing rooms! The weapon will definitely become a force multiplier with its ease of operation and massive firepower in both the law enforcement and military arenas.

Technical Data -
* Caliber - 12 Gauge (2 3/4" Shells)
* Rate of Fire - 300 Rounds per minute/fires a 20 round drum in about 4 seconds
* Operations - Long Stroke Gas Piston with constant recoil
* Length - 33 Inches with 13 Inch Barrel (same size as an M4 with stock Extended). 38 Inches with 18 Inch Barrel
* Weight - 10.0 lbs with 13 Inch Barrel. 10.5 lbs with 18 Inch Barrel
* Feeding Device - 8 round magazine, 20 round drum magazine, 40 round drum magazine (in development)
* Safety - Thumb Safety
* Sights - Front: Protected Post which is adjustable for Elevation. Rear: Protected Ring which is adjustable for W/E.
* Stock - Glass filled nylon available in: Urban Grey, Desert Tan, Olive Drab, Black, Various other Camouflage Patterns
* Finish - Matte Stainless Steel
* Made of corrosion resistant, high impact, heat-treated stainless steels and high-impact plastics
* Low Maintenance - During a Blackwater shoot, 5000 ROUNDS were fired through a single weapon WITHOUT cleaning or a drop of Lube.

What is Constant Recoil? - When the weapon's gun bolt is cycling a round, a gas system absorbs most of the shock and energy, about 80% of the total recoil. The weapon also has a very strong recoil spring that absorbs another 10% of the recoil. The result is a weapon that cycles efficiently and effortlessly while transferring 10% of the recoil of a normal 12 gauge to the shooter!

The Video - See this monster in action being fired with both magazines and the 20 round drum. Notice the system explained above and how the weapon is stable and has virtually no barrel rise.


Check this out - not sure of the vintage of the clip (pun), butt the no-recoil is impressive.
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Finally, a pheasant gun worthy of my hunting skills
Yea, Matt - I wuz thinkin' - flush a covey and gitcher limit in short order. What fun would that be?? Prolly drive the dog nutzoid!!
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Wow - I smell group buy!!

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I'll take one.

Or two!

Unfortunately, unlikely we'll be seeing this at a gun show any time soon.

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Does it come with a mount for the LT?

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This is just the ticket for 70mm Rifled Slugs!
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don't let dick cheney have one ....

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yeah, well, I wish I could arrange one, but California restricts ownership of anything closely resembling an "assault" weapon.

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I met Mr Atchisson a few years back while I was working as a consultant for a SWAT equipment manufacturer. He is a very interesting character. This full auto shotgun has been arround for a while. None of the major manufactures were interestedd because its such a nitch gun. There is a very limited market as Departments are finding that full auto guns have serious lliability issues. Most have 2 or 3 round burst capacity on sub guns and assault weapons. A full auto shotgun spitting out 20 rounds n less than 2.5 seconds sending 180 32 caliber buckshot down ange is tough to explain in court if you hit the wrong person in a house setting. Its way cool to shoot but its a bitch to try to sell. It never found much favor with the military either. By the way his recoil reduction systems are used in some very interesting places including NASA if I remember correctly.
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