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Serbu Super Shorty 12 GA 6.5" barrel Shotgun



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The SUPER-SHORTY is based on a Mossberg 500 (or Remington 870 at additional cost) 12-gauge shotgun which came from the factory with a pistol grip.
Because of this, the SUPER-SHORTY is considered an AOW (Any Other Weapon) and can be transferred with a $5 stamp! The gun holds two 2-3/4" or 3" shells in the magazine, plus one in the chamber.
The 16.5" overall length, 6.5" barrel and spring-locked foregrip, which pivots out of the way when not in use, make for a very compact package.
As far as we know, this is the shortest 12-gauge pump shotgun available.
All parts for the SUPER-SHORTY are made in-house on our own CNC machinery using materials ideally suited to the task.
All welds are done by the TIG process, and the manganese phosphate finish is MIL-spec.
The SUPER-SHORTY is currently being used by various law enforcement agencies and military units worldwide.
If you like the idea of concealed carry with a 12-gauge, or like a lot of "bang" in a small package, or just want the most compact breaching weapon available, then this is the gun for you.

You won't find a better made AOW pump shotgun than the SUPER-SHORTY!

Remingtom 870 Version is $795.00

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Serbu Super Shorty 12 GA 6.5 barrel Shotgun - $725.00 : Kingdom Arms Online!

So..... How legit is this?
 

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Totally legit as long as you pay the tax stamp here in the US.

If you are still in Europe you may have noticed that in some countries they sell suppressor's on the open market, and some encourage it.
 

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I had an opportunity to shoot one once. It was fun but not practical at all. 3 shots and really no aiming makes for a fun range toy or if you are the first guy in a breaching operation. I'd rather spend the money on a 14" SBS myself but that's me. But the fireball that comes out of the Serbu is only matched by a Mosin Negant M44.
 

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Plenty legit. I think "lots" (relative) have them. They're toys, really... not anything you'd use for SD. I mean, you could use it for that if you had nothing else, of course, but really, it's just a toy to fire a few rounds through and that be it.

Really sucks that AOW's are $5 and SBS's are $200.
True, but I think you're paying an extra $200 on the manufacturer's side, it's just that it is included in the price.

If I had to choose a Serbu weapon, I'd probably get that single shot .50 BMG of theirs. But then again, I could never shoot it at any range around here, while I could shoot the shorty.
 

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Pretty expensive toy. I'll pass thank you. Accuracy has to be somewhere between zero and nothing. Wonder which movie we'll see it in first? I'm sure whoever uses it will blow the side of a building to hell and gone with it - one shot, no kidding :)
 

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Pretty expensive toy. I'll pass thank you. Accuracy has to be somewhere between zero and nothing. Wonder which movie we'll see it in first? I'm sure whoever uses it will blow the side of a building to hell and gone with it - one shot, no kidding :)
IIRC, there was one in "Reindeer Games", but had the strap on the pump, not the handle.
 

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Definitely cool, but for the price I would hold out for the Kel Tec KSG, plus it holds 14 instead of 3... but the saiga 12 still tops my shotty wishlist!
 

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I was at my local outdoor range and there was a guy there who had started with a Serbu super shorty, modified one of those mounts that adds a rail to the top and mounted it underneath the barrel of his AR. It was a homemade "masterkey" it was really cool and a lot of fun to shoot. Turned a lot of heads, he was answering questions about it all day.

-Tim
 

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I was at my local outdoor range and there was a guy there who had started with a Serbu super shorty, modified one of those mounts that adds a rail to the top and mounted it underneath the barrel of his AR. It was a homemade "masterkey" it was really cool and a lot of fun to shoot. Turned a lot of heads, he was answering questions about it all day.

-Tim
I'm pretty sure he just turned this AOW into a SBS by putting it on his AR, which is an entirely other matter. I hope he did the appropriate paperwork, otherwise he is in imminent danger from the BATFE.
 

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I'm pretty sure he just turned this AOW into a SBS by putting it on his AR, which is an entirely other matter. I hope he did the appropriate paperwork, otherwise he is in imminent danger from the BATFE.
He had a few NFA goodies, and was in the process of getting a patent on his mount that he built, so I'm fairly certain if there was a $200 tax stamp he woulda paid it already.

-Tim
 
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