Skip to comments.Auto Assault 12--Full Auto Shotgun (300 RPM) Vanity
Posted on 02/05/2008 8:35:20 PM PST by wildbill
300 rounds per minute, recoiless, plus grenade rounds with HE, frag, and special rounds up to 100 meters.
(Excerpt) Read more at youtube.com ...
That guy talks like he’s trying to imitate Eastwood.
DAMN!!! That is way too COOL. I want one..........NOW! Especially some of them grenade rounds.
BTW, That guy has THE best frickin’ job.
Excellent! The Remington company needed a success (recently acquired by the Cerberus Group who acquired failing Dodge), and this looks like a deal-sealer.
I sorely miss my .203. Good wholesome fun for who’s on the transmitting end - hell for the receiving.
What a great little hallway cleaner.
This is the guy that hosts FutureWeapon on the Discovery channel. He always talks like that.
Frankly, I can't stand listening to him. So, I rarely watch the show.
Very cool. But I assume there will be NO civilian semi auto version.
Not if the McChurian Candidate and his Democrat cohorts get their way!
“Oyeme bien Vato, you jus’ gotta ask juself juan pregunata....do you tiene suerte, cabron?
I guess I’ll have to make to with my old faithful 870.
Those dang ground squirrels would call me lord and master if only I had one of those babies!
You are not alone - I guess he thinks that ex-SEALs have to whisper to ‘sound deadly” — just sounds stupid.
Does have some cool video from time to time.
I had to go look and see what the first whiney post was in response. Didn’t have to wait long:
Mopnkeyoffury (2 months ago)
Reply I can’t wait to leave the usa forever. This kind of gun fetishism is disgusting.
I want one... or more...
I have a neighbor I’d like to show this to up close and personal.
Duck hunting time?
Never have fired a full auto version yet was in on some shooting of the Olin CAWS. The rounds designed for it seem to be in this little video as well.......
When I was a puppy pusher outside the wire long ago I had the choice of carrying what I wanted sometimes so I purchased a black market Browning Highpower and got an armorer to modify my Mod 12 Winchester with a short barrel and a duckbill . It was unique as it was one I could slam fire and the duckbill device spread a horizontal pattern pretty much the size of a door 36 x 80 laid on it’s side at 10 to 15 yards.......
I would like too see such a shotgun like the AA12 with that duckbill.........:o)
I know such would limit the weapon to shot vs speciality ammo or slugs etc yet.......talk about yer human wave limiting tool.
BTW anyone knowing who still sells or has a duckbill device for the 12 gauge .......I am looking for one !
Frogmen had them on their Ithacas many decades ago. I don’t think overall they were popular. For one thing, you better not forget and slide in a slug or other special type solid shot!
Yep.....I didn’t even carry such.
I need to find another....:o)
Is this thing in service yet?
I’m sure it won’t be long before we see it in a movie. It’s a quantum leap from the old standard issue. And with the grenade rounds the possibilities are yet to be discovered.
Make a good varmint gun.
Had s friend who was a spinach farmer down in S. Texas who took me varmint hunting at night once. His definition of varmint was anything that ate his crop.
Frankly, I can't stand listening to him. So, I rarely watch the show...
He strikes me as a poser and a big talker; He always holds the weapon incorrectly in every episode I've ever seen.
Photos, for the video-streaming-deprived?
Hmmm, I thought it was called a trenchbroom.
I’d suggest they make a 20ga version and then double the magazine capacity...or triple it. Then do a carbon fiber version like bushmaster does with the carbon 15 series.
I really don’t care for the way the magazine slides on. It’s awkward. I’d suggest a setup like the FN P90 has for the magazine.
And as for the shotgun shells...they need to be chucked, or else redesigned to be rimless...like the 40mm grenade used in the m203.
A 20ga shotgun shell with the auto style rimless case would be outstanding.
Trench Broom was / does refer to the Mod 97 Shotgun (and maybe the Mod 12 as well) of WWI. I have heard the term with regards to the Thompson that was designed close too or was supposed to be used in WWI yet I don’t think it was used or issued until later after WWI etc .......
The duckbill I speak of is a device that is welded / brazed onto the end of a shotgun barrel to develop a shot pattern, looking at it from the business end it resembles a ....ducks bill.....:o)
I liked the Mod 12 as we could slam fire such vs the Rem 870’s we also had in the armory at the time. We had two Mod 12’s that had damaged barrels so my CO allowed me and the armorer to cut it below the dent at the end of the mag tube and add the duckbill. Good rig !!
Monkey wards model 35 would slam fire too. THat’s what I have. I don’t care for the grip style on the model 12. THe model 35 is straighter, wich is what I like. The browning auto-5 has a similar grip too.
I thought for sure the flattened flare attatchment at the end of the barrel was the trench broom, not the gun itself. Wikipedia is worthless on the subject.
I didn’t know that you could get on the internet and not be able to download movies, even if you use dial-up. Just real slow.
I don’t know of a site or have the manufacturer’s name that might have photos. You might google it. It’s a very cool looking piece to my mind.
Even if I did find a photo I wouldn’t know how to post it on FR.
Can’t wait to get it out to the trap and skeet field.
In the headlights they sure looked like deer to me, but he insisted that anything that ate crops were varmints.
By the way, the ‘hunt’ went like this:
A group of neighboring farmers came over. Drank until midnight and then pack up in the back of pickups and ride around drunk all night shooting.
There were literally herds of deer all over these huge fields of growing vegetables. And if they were driven out of one field, they’d simply move to another until the racket died down and then move back in. I never saw anything like it.
Most of the shooters had special rifles with high powered lights attached to them above or below the barrel, powered by auto batteries. I waa told that the game wardens and authorities shut their eyes to the operations.
While driving through Texas years ago I came across hundreds of deer eating recently fresh green grass along side the road in West Central Texas. Not along a freeway.
While it seems cruel to just go shooting herds it still is better than N.J. where you can’t shoot them and they are everywhere and have all kinds of sickness.
I cna understand a farmer trying to protect his crop.
Only thing i see that is real bad here is getting drunk as hell before the shoot.
Also I’d like to see efforts to collect the deer to give to food banks but that is probably a hard sell.
Hunting while drunk is a right protected by the Constitution of the State of Texas. :-)
During drought times, the deer are naturally drawn to anything green and irrigated crops are a prime target or the deer will die off from starvation. I’ve heard that roadsides are popular all the time because they aren’t overgrazed by cattle and because they have cigareette butts. Deer love tobacco.
Actually, kills weren’t all that many ‘cause they’d hear the trucks coming and scamper out of the way, although I’ve heard rumors and seen stories in the papers about massive kill offs. I think they were used to the ‘game’ and knew when to move, when to stop, and when to run for their life.
Strangely enough, they tagged most of the deer although the method of taking them was illegal as hell. I guess that was so they could legally process them and take them home.
It was different for sure. I was scared to death we’d all be run in by the law.
Not that i give a damn, but isn’t hunting at night illegal except for snipe?
Love the knife and fork on the barrel, ready for fresh venison.
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