SKO-12 12ga Semiautomatic Shotgun w/Drum Magazine

SKU:
SKO12SBLKD
Shipping:
$50.00 (Fixed Shipping Cost)
$1,329.00

Description

Standard Manufacturing’s SKO shotgun, proudly made in the USA, offers superior firepower due to its fast semi-auto action and quick interchange magazines.  It possesses the most reliable gas operated system available with smooth and flawless operation across a variety of loads. Machined from 7075 aircraft grade aluminum with the latest technology in CNC machining, then Mil-Spec hard anodized, the SKO Shorty is both lightweight and durable.  Internal components are salt bath nitride coated for optimum lubricity. Notable features include an ambidextrous safety, familiar AR-style controls for an easy transition to this platform, and a threaded muzzle to accept a variety of choke tubes, door breachers, and accessories.  The length is over 26” and has an 18 5/8” barrel made from 4140 steel that accepts both 2 ¾” and 3” shot shells; which can be loaded in the included 25 round Drum and 5-round magazines, with optional 2, 5, or 10 round magazines available.  Large 22” picatinny top rail which provides ample room for optics, lasers, and illumination devices.

**PLEASE NOTE: This item MUST be shipped to Licensed Firearms Dealer.  We will contact you for a copy of the FFL that you would like to use to transfer this firearm. **

Specs:
Caliber:  12 Gauge
Overall Length:  38”
Weight (w/out mag):  7 lbs. 10 oz.
Barrel:  18 7/8”, chambered for 2 ¾” and 3” shells
Chokes:  Tru-Choke thread pattern
Capacity: 25 round Drum Magazine. Comes with 5 round magazine; optional 2, 5, 10 round mags available.
Action: Gas operated semi-automatic
Material:  Receivers machined from aircraft grade 7075 aluminum; Mil-Spec hard anodized
Controls:  Ambidextrous Safety, AR-style mag and bolt release
Grip:  Polymer; accepts most AR-style grips
Stock:  6-position buttstock; accepts any Mil-Spec buttstock
Forend:  Composite material with slots for MOE and bolt on rails
THE SKO IS UNAVAILABLE TO PURCHASE IN THE STATES OF NEW YORK, MASSACHUSETTS, CALIFORNIA AND CONNECTICUT.

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