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    Good Reasonable HD 12 Bore

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    Which is a good reasonable 12 bore(Tactical) in range of 50-70k in AK shape or any similar shape.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zaheer View Post
    Dear Members,

    Which is a good reasonable 12 bore(Tactical) in range of 50-70k in AK shape or any similar shape.

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    Pump actions are generally preferred for HD, Mossberg 500/590 and Remington 870 are good options if you can find in reasonable condition, as NIB are out of your budget. You may consider DSA Shooter, thats a Mossberg clone and can be customised as well.
    In AK shape you can consider kral xps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zaheer View Post
    Dear Members,

    Which is a good reasonable 12 bore(Tactical) in range of 50-70k in AK shape or any similar shape.

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    You should go for Turkish maverick 712. Semi automatic reliable tactical gun. But not an AK shaped rather its AR shaped. Hope u will find brand new under 70K.
    The most deadly weapon on any battlefield is the single well-aimed shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AsifKhan762 View Post
    You should go for Turkish maverick 712. Semi automatic reliable tactical gun. But not an AK shaped rather its AR shaped. Hope u will find brand new under 70K.
    AR shape or bullpup will also do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zaheer View Post
    AR shape or bullpup will also do.
    Go for Kral XPS, its a saiga 12 clone. A proven gun.
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    But please note that semi auto shotguns are ammo sensitive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fraz View Post
    But please note that semi auto shotguns are ammo sensitive.
    True. My Mavoric does't like birdshot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Enigmatic Desires View Post
    True. My Mavoric does't like birdshot.
    Agree but the maverick 712 is not that much sensitive as maverick M12. I have fired about 30 shaheen 4# rounds No FTE or FTF issue noticed.
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    How about this semi (Hatson Escort MPA):
    https://www.scopesandbarrels.com/col...35041130512547

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    Quote Originally Posted by 9mm View Post
    How about this semi (Hatson Escort MPA):
    https://www.scopesandbarrels.com/col...35041130512547
    It a reliable gun but I will prefer magazine fed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AsifKhan762 View Post
    Agree but the maverick 712 is not that much sensitive as maverick M12. I have fired about 30 shaheen 4# rounds No FTE or FTF issue noticed.
    Is the M12 piston powered, or is it inertia operated?
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    Anyone has any experience dealing with Scopes and Barrels ?

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    Anyone has any experience dealing with Scopes and Barrels ?
    scopes and barrels aka Pioneer Arms ... me! ME! ME! ... good people, but you can always bargain and get the prices lowered

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    Quote Originally Posted by AsadZero2 View Post
    scopes and barrels aka Pioneer Arms ... me! ME! ME! ... good people, but you can always bargain and get the prices lowered
    Will check them out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Enigmatic Desires View Post
    Is the M12 piston powered, or is it inertia operated?
    Brother I am not much of a tacnical person but from inertia operated if u mean gas operated than it is not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sniper10 View Post
    Anyone has any experience dealing with Scopes and Barrels ?
    Yah I also want to purchase an airgun from them online. But not sure they will send the original or copy??
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    Quote Originally Posted by AsifKhan762 View Post
    Brother I am not much of a tacnical person but from inertia operated if u mean gas operated than it is not.
    There are two main types of semi auto shotties. Gas piston or Inertia.
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    ED bhai I asked for review of inertia operated baikal mp156 in another thread but it remained unanswered.

    have you tested it or heard about it's performance?
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    Quote Originally Posted by noumanzaidi View Post
    ED bhai I asked for review of inertia operated baikal mp156 in another thread but it remained unanswered.

    have you tested it or heard about it's performance?
    Better is to get gas operated Baikals whether 153 or 155. 156 will take some R&D and time to mature.
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    Quote Originally Posted by noumanzaidi View Post
    ED bhai I asked for review of inertia operated baikal mp156 in another thread but it remained unanswered.

    have you tested it or heard about it's performance?
    I have yet to see a baikal 156 here in Karachi. However, i did read the review by Klashnikov magazine. It was bad.. like really really really bad.

    Like stay-away-if-you-value-your-money bad.

    However, I would never peg the Baikal as a combat or home defence shottie. Too long a barrel, too low a capacity. Its basically a sporting gun

    its purely a hunting tool. For HD and combat, Kalashnikov concern make Saigas and Veprs.
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