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Looks like they are finally releasing a semi auto version of the AA-12 to the general public, I bet it’s going to be expensive but I won’t care

https://bearingarms.com/tom-k/...n-version-aa-12-way/
 
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3k for the current run. There are a shit ton of premium quality semi auto shotguns for half that.


Super cool i want 1 anyways
 
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That’s disappointing, I figured it wouldn’t be cheap, but didn’t think it would be that ridiculous. A mag feed semi auto with nearly no recoil would be nice to have
 
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$3,000?! No.


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You know it's expensive when it's almost double the cost of a Benelli M4.




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It's less than half of the semi-auto M249. $3k isn't bad for a small run of firearm.
 
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It a gun that garnered little interest other than in the media when it was out in the first place. I think the only group that showed any interest was the USMC and they passed. Don’t see the desire for something that was basically a failure, especially at that price. But, there are a few people with money burning a hole in their pocket who will undoubtedly bite.

I’m just curious how conversion to semi-auto will affect the gun, items like reliability and recoil.
 
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This is a hard no. If I want a semi-auto version of something cool, I'll go with This.


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I like the look of them but would be hard pressed to pay that much. I imagine parts and mags will be hard to get and expensive.
 
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But but but...

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Honestly I was never all that impressed with the full auto one. I can shoot a semi auto at a higher rate of fire.


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I also just found out that it won’t even be available in stores. You can only get it through gun broker or armslist only. So 3k and it’s a pain in the ass to buy? Nope
 
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At $3k, how many stores would be willing to carry it? That part makes sense.


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This is a hard no. If I want a semi-auto version of something cool, I'll go with This.


Holy shit! Eek

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This is a hard no. If I want a semi-auto version of something cool, I'll go with This.


Holy shit! Eek

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