anyone know of a pump action shotgun with a detachable magazine?

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  1. michaelwilson98

    michaelwilson98
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    Just curious to know if there's one out there.
     
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    I might be really slow but a Saiga is semi not pump........
     
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    Sadley they are discontinued and cost about $500 now.
     
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    Baikal through EAA imported one just like that valtrousa shotgun back in the nineties. They advertised it as being able to switch from buckshot to slugs quicker.

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    Yours? Do they still have available mags? I like it.

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    No, although I had considered one at the time. I think it did not catch on in the defense world because they never offered magazines that would hold more than five rounds. The change over from buck to slugs via a mag change was of minimal value to consumers I guess. Competitors wanted greater capacity. My current semi auto shotgun uses a magazine but the primary reason I like it is that all the controls are the same as an M4. Except no charging handle. It is called the MKA-1919.

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