GUN Anyone have one of these shotguns?

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  1. 4bangin

    4bangin Ballet of Violence

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    "Designed for easy user-installation, the Knoxx Industries Sidewinder™ 10-round drum magazine system is perfect for law enforcement, home defense and competitive sporting applications.

    Also available with a 6-round box magazine, the Knoxx system makes reloading as simple as pushing the magazine release button and swapping magazines. Changing back and forth between buckshot, slug or less-lethal ammunition can be done quickly and positively.

    This unique system, available for most *Mossberg pump shotguns, is easily installed by simply removing the shotgun barrel and forend, unscrewing the factory magazine tube and replacing it with the Sidewinder assembly and forend. Once the barrel is reinstalled, the gun is ready for use. The magazine is ambidextrous and can be loaded with the offset drum on either the left or right side. The drum magazine slips easily into the magazine well and racking the slide delivers the first of ten 12-gauge shells into the chamber. Empty magazines drop free with the push of a button, allowing for a quick 10-round reload in just seconds. No permanent changes are made to the shotgun.

    The Sidewinder is ideal for SWAT or Special Team entry shotguns, less-than-lethal applications and for IDPA Three Gun Match competitors. Anywhere extended capacity and quick reloads are required, the Sidewinder is the perfect solution. Teamed up with the Knoxx COPstock recoil-reducing folding stock and a short barrel, the Sidewinder-equipped shotgun can be the ultimate entry or defense weapon.

    The Knoxx Sidewinder for Mossberg is available as a complete kit with either a 10-round drum or 6-round box magazine. Both magazines accept 2-3/4 and 3-inch shells. Drum and box magazines are also available separately. Suggested retail kit pricing is $189.95 with one drum magazine. Additional drums will be available at $89.95 each, with the 6-round box magazines at $49.95. Special pricing for law enforcement agencies and officers is available. Distributor and Dealer inquiries are invited. See our News page for availability. Call toll-free to 877-GO-KNOXX (877-465-6699). Order now as demand is skyrocketing"


    I think it sounds pretty cool. Might be fun just to play around with. What do you think?
     
  2. Scoob_13

    Scoob_13 Anything is possible, but the odds are astronomica

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    Hmm, looks interesting. What's the link to it?

    If they have application for Winchester 1200's I may pick one of those up..would be even better if it had some Pic rails on the end of their replacement for the ammunition tube so that I could mount a light/laser system on it.
     
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    4bangin Ballet of Violence

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    www.knoxx.com :) It's called the sidewinder or something like that
     
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    Scoob_13 Anything is possible, but the odds are astronomica

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    Interesting. Their folding stock won't be availible for a Winchester 1200, though, and the drum doesn't appear to be availible for the 1200 either :( Maybe the one for the 1300 will fit with modifications.

    The sling is interesting as well, but since I don't have a pistol grip...
     
  5. ae86

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    woah, that's pretty :cool:
     
  6. el gayvo

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    :cool: but that looks illegal as hell. proly is here in ca :o
     
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    kellyclan She only loves you when she's drunk.

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    i dunno about the drum mag, but the stocks they have sure look promising, may try one of those out.
     
  8. 4bangin

    4bangin Ballet of Violence

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    From what I read about it, it is still legal (but might not be in some states). Since it isnt semi-auto or anything. If it was semi auto it would probably make it class 3
     
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    A drum mag on a shotgun would not make it a class 3 as long as the barrel is over 18".
     

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