Inspiration for this video was Freddy Wong and Ray William Johnson. See it here: http://nictaylor00.blogspot.com/2013/12/troll-hunting-internet-stamping-out.html
LIKE / SHARE / FAVE!
Please join me on Facebook for additional pictures:
FaceBook – https://www.facebook.com/NicTaylor00
Google Plus – https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/114848670192591967622/
Twitter – https://twitter.com/nictaylor00
Tweet This Video! http://clicktotweet.com/_u9lJ
For this video I used the Akdal 1919 12 Gauge shotgun. The sample I had in this video was heavily modified by Firebird Precision.
The Akdal 1919 semi-automatic shotgun has a conventional, gas-operated action that’s located around the support tube that runs below the barrel along with the return spring. That mechanism is concealed by a polymer hand guard held in place with standard shotgun style retaining nut with sling attachment.
The upper receiver is manufactured from an aluminum alloy, while the lower receiver, pistol grip, and stock are manufactured as one piece from impact-resistant polymer. The grip and buttstock are very comfortable to shoot with, and the buttstock features a sling mount and thick rubber pad. Although the ergonomics are good, I would have liked to see a design option where standard AR-15 grip and 6-position stocks could be added.
The MKA 1919 requires no gas system adjustment to shoot 2 3/4” or 3” shells, and it comes with two 5-round metal detachable magazines: one for 3” and the other for 2 3/4”. My advice is to buy a bunch of extra magazines in each size as they tend to go empty pretty fast. I am told that high capacity 3-gun magazines are on the way — joy.
Chances are, only a few people will use the other chokes, but if you are a hunter or opt for the camo “BONZ” AKdal 1919 version, the gun includes internal screw-in chokes for lots of hunting versatility. It comes with the Improved Cylinder choke installed.
The magazine release button, bolt release, and safety lever all mimic the M16 rifle location as does the bolt release. The manual safety also duplicates the M16 style, being located on the left side of the receiver above the pistol grip. The top of the receiver has a detachable picatinny mounted carrying handle. With the carry handle/sight removed, any optic or sight can be mounted to the upper receiver as you would any flat top AR.
– See more at: http://www.alloutdoor.com/2013/11/13/akdal-1919-12-gauge-ar-15-shotgun/