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  1. michael

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    The SUPER-SHORTY is based on a Mossberg Maverick (also available on 500 or Remington 870 at additional cost) 12-gauge shotgun which came from the factory with a pistol grip. Because of this, the SUPER-SHORTY is considered an AOW (Any Other Weapon) and can be transferred with a $5 stamp! The gun holds two 2-3/4" or 3" shells in the magazine, plus one in the chamber. The 16.5" overall length, 6.5" barrel and spring-locked foregrip, which pivots out of the way when not in use, make for a very compact package. As far as we know, this is the shortest 12-gauge pump shotgun available. All parts for the SUPER-SHORTY are made in-house on our own CNC machinery using materials ideally suited to the task. All welds are done by the TIG process, and the manganese phosphate finish is MIL-spec. The SUPER-SHORTY is currently being used by various law enforcement agencies and military units worldwide. If you like the idea of concealed carry with a 12-gauge :naughty: , or like a lot of "bang" in a small package, or just want the most compact breaching weapon available, then this is the gun for you. You won't find a better made AOW pump shotgun than the SUPER-SHORTY! Price: $675. Deluxe version (shown) with front sight and sling swivels: $725. There is a $100 processing fee due on cancelled orders due to the lengthy paperwork process involved. Note: The SUPER-SHORTY is registered per the National Firearms Act of 1934. Please read the section on our home page on how to buy an NFA weapon from us).
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    i want one on a climbing clip to hang from my waist and be tactical like the guys on dallas swat.
     
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    i would almost carry that...but i think anything larger than my current carry gun (usp tactical) would be an annoyance
     
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    Well I'm out. Fucking Illinois commie gun laws.
     
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    Isn't that considered Class III and thus, requires approval from local police unless your doing a corporate transfer, or is that only with full autos?
     
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    Can a non-manufacturer manufacture an AOW on a Form 1 like you can with an SBR or SBS?
     
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    You totally didn't even read my question. I'm not asking about anything in particular. I'm asking if anyone knows FOR SURE whether or not a non-manufacturer can manufacture an AOW on a Form 1 in the same manner than a non-manufacturer can manufacture an SBR or SBS on a Form 1.
     
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    red x on the pictures, captain.
     
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    Thanks. I'd never Form 1 an AOW, just based on the $200 tax, but I was wondering if I COULD, by law. Manufacturers don't pay that silly tax to make one, so I'd just Form 4 one to me and save the money. After all, one Form 1 is enough for me for now.
     

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