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RAAC Akdal MKA 1919 shotgun

I'm very interested to see this semi auto box magazine 12 gauge shotgun in person. It suppose to be more reliable than the Saiga shotgun. For $699 (black) and $799 (camo). Imported from turkey by RAAC. It's in the form of an AR15.
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AR platform more reliable than the Kalashnikov? Unpossible!!!

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I posted about this in another thread. It only *looks* like an AR. No parts are interchangeable, though there are already companies working on aftermarket parts and mods that allow AR trigger groups.

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the exploded view of the internals looks a bit.. interesting...

Can someone get a copy up o here?

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Personally, I question the utility of this firearm. What's the point of copying the AR's styling, because that's all that is really being copied here. Aside from maybe the trigger group and perhaps a few internal pins, the parts of this firearm are not interchangable with a traditional AR. So who cares?
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Personally, I question the utility of this firearm. What's the point of copying the AR's styling, because that's all that is really being copied here. Aside from maybe the trigger group and perhaps a few internal pins, the parts of this firearm are not interchangable with a traditional AR. So who cares?


*it's not a saiga.



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Personally, I question the utility of this firearm. What's the point of copying the AR's styling, because that's all that is really being copied here. Aside from maybe the trigger group and perhaps a few internal pins, the parts of this firearm are not interchangable with a traditional AR. So who cares?
I agree wholeheartedly.

During my research on the Kriss, one point that kept coming up in reviews, is that so many modern weapons are just the same shit rehashed in the different package.

This particular weapon is very dialed into Americans perceived "needs". e.g. Semi Auto Shotgun that looks like an American icon.

I would rather have something completely new.

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Meh.

Not a fan of semi-auto shotguns, especially those that are magazine fed, never seemed worth it.

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