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Leave it to Tony Rumore of Tromix, he got it 05/19 Thursday afternoon, and has already given it hell.
Shot the hell out of it, started developing mods, chopped the barrel.... Heck, come Monday, it'll likely be full auto, and thats no joke.

Word from Tony and his crew is that these things are awesome.

No one else that I've seen who got one of the first 100 has posted a review, much less started developing aftermarket mods and such.

Tromix MKA-1919 Short Barrel Shotgun (pic) - forum.Saiga-12.com


 

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Leave it to Tony Rumore of Tromix, he got it 05/19 Thursday afternoon, and has already given it hell.
Shot the hell out of it, started developing mods, chopped the barrel.... Heck, come Monday, it'll likely be full auto, and thats no joke.

Word from Tony and his crew is that these things are awesome.

No one else that I've seen who got one of the first 100 has posted a review, much less started developing aftermarket mods and such.

Tromix MKA-1919 Short Barrel Shotgun (pic) - forum.Saiga-12.com


I'm sure its just the camera - or is it me? It looks like the whole shotgun is curving downward.
 

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I'm sure its just the camera - or is it me? It looks like the whole shotgun is curving downward.
Yeah, its just you :p
It looks that way, because you're just seeing the general overall outline of the weapon.
The handguard slopes up from the top of the barrel to the highpoint above the action and the buttstock slopes downward.
You can draw a straight line from the top of the buttstock's end plate, through the action and on through the barrel.
 

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What is the price on these things? I fear another line is going on my "want" list.
Clyde at RAA says, "The first shipping container should be through US Customs and for sale by mid-summer. Plain black will run approx $700.00 and the Camo will go for around $800.00."

Tony at Tromix says they'll have their 'Internal Stock Adapter' for mounting AR buffer tubes ready by then.
So the first aftermarket mod is already on its way to market and the guns aren't even on the shelves yet.
Pure Awesome!

Someone else mentioned 8-10rd mags being drawn up, but I ain't telling who that was. ;)
 

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I think I'm more excited about this than the KSG... especially if the aftermarket support starts to come in like for Saigas.
Ya mean parts like these? :cool:

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Posted 29 June 2011 - 05:16 PM
OK guys....we're now cutting metal on the following parts:

Magazine Base Plate (for 922r)
Gas Piston (for 922r)
Hammer (for 922r)
Disconector (for 922r)
Folding/Collapsible Stock Adapter
Trigger - With our redesigned hammer, you can now use a standard M16 trigger and have the hammer cocking angle remain the same as the OEM.
Shark Brake
Flash Hider
Extended choke tube wrench

We should have all these parts done by late July or early August.

In the final design stage:

Oversize Magazine Release
Quad Rail Hand Guard

Design still in work:

Aluminum lower receiver

Of course we also have the Gas Booster Bushings in stock at Carolina Shooters Supply.

Tony Rumore
Tromix
 

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I know I'm resurrecting an old thread, but I'm curious if anyone on the forum actually bought one of these last year when they came out and if it's holding up to actual use. I'd love a mag fed shotgun but I'm not a huge fan of the AK style receiver.
 

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Ok...is this thing magazine fed or tube fed...

The picture has that large protruding "tube" under the barrel similar to a tubular magazine say on a 870, but it has a magazine (is the magazine for show or actually magazine fed?)
 

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Mka 1919

I own one and love it. The price is great and it shoots great too. Looking forward to modding it. Take down was fun to figure out. Shoots great right out of the box unlike the Saiga. No need to to give it over to a gun smith to make it work flawless.
 
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