Buy KSG. The one that began everything. The KSG was our initial passage into the 12ga shotgun market, so normally we needed to totally rethink it by setting another norm in both magazine limit and generally speaking length. Here is the short and not-really lengthy of it: Legal in every one of the 50 expresses, the KSG holds 6+6+1 (or 7+7+1 relying upon shell length) in a 26.1″ bundle. That is not a grammatical mistake it holds a ton of ammunition at a little more than two feet in length. It comes standard with a 18.5″ barrel and Picatinny-style rails for mounting your beloved extras on both the top and base.
You get extra capacity and standard velocity in a shotgun that measures from slightly shorter to drastically shorter in length than most tactical shotguns on the market. This is the advantage of the bullpup design that we love so much. We changed it up a bit though, our bullpup shotguns load and eject from the bottom and that’s how you spell ambidextrous.
For well over a hundred years, pump-action shotguns have stood the test of time because of their proven reliability. Eliminating variables such as gas systems is particularly important when dealing with the vast variety of shotgun loads on the market. Pump-action puts the reliability in the hands of the user.
Short in appearance and feel, the KSG hides its stout capacity and versatility very well. Boasting not one, but two magazine tubes that hold an incredible amount of shells, this pump-action 12ga gives you lots of options. The manual selector lever allows for either the world’s fastest reload, or ammunition change on the fly.