Can you legally buy an AA-12?

Can you legally buy an AA-12?

The AA-12 semi-automatic shotgun is finally available for sale to civilians. The semi-auto version of the Atchisson Assault-12 became a reality thanks to the hard work of Boje Cornils and Sol Invictus Arms.

How much is a AA-12 worth?

AA-12 Features 20-round drum and 8-round box magazines will be available. Sol Invictus Arms plans for these guns to be limited editions of only 1,000 and is taking pre-orders on Armslist at $3,250.

Has the AA-12 been used in combat?

The AA-12 (Auto Assault-12), originally designed and known as the Atchisson Assault Shotgun, is an automatic combat shotgun developed in 1972 by Maxwell Atchisson. The most prominent feature is reduced recoil….

Atchisson AA-12
Designed Original design: 1972 MPS design: 2005
Manufacturer Maxwell Atchisson

How much recoil does an AA-12 have?

The AA12 has a manual safety but is fully automatic only. The method of operation is called Constant Recoil. According to Jerry Baber, “When the bolt flies back after firing to cycle another round, around 80% of what would normally be felt as recoil is absorbed by a proprietary gas system.

Is the AA-12 full auto?

How much does an AA-12 cost?

These were marked as being manufactured by BC Engineering and sold for between $5,000 and $7,500. To our knowledge, these are the AA-12s referenced in all the of ATF’s actions referenced in this article by AmmoLand News. All of this, as you can imagine, led to a criminal proceeding. This has been going on for over a year.

Does the Marine Corps use AA-12?

The AA-12 was, at one point, being reviewed for purchase by the United States Marine Corps (2004). Despite its unique qualities, the system appears to not been adopted by any major service. Gas-operated system is featured, typically involving a gas cylinder and rear-driven piston directing energy to the bolt component.

What is the AA-12 and how does it work?

The AA-12 can fire from a 10-round detachable box magazine or a 20- or 32-round ammunition drum, attaining a rate-of-fire up to 300 rounds-per-minute while having almost no muzzle climb and a dampened recoil effect. It is reported that even an infantryman weighing in at 100lb can fire the weapon due to its near-zero recoil.

What kind of piston does the AA-12 have?

Fed from a 20 Round Drum magazine, the AA-12 uses a gas operated long stroke piston design to provide reliable and consistent functionality no matter the firing conditions.