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Old 2 November 1999, 11:34
Tuukka
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USAS-12

Does anyone know where i could get good info on USAS-12 (pics,technical data).
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Old 2 November 1999, 13:41
TR
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Good technical data eh?

Here's SOME info on it:
USAS-12 Shotgun
Caliber: 12 Gauge (2.75 inches)
Magazine: 7 & 10 round box magazines & 20 round drum
Operating Principle: Gas Operation
Modes Of Fire: Semi-automatic, full automatic
Cyclic Rate: 360 rounds per minute
Barrel Length: 18.10 inches
Weight: 12.0 pounds
Overall Length: 38.60 inches
Introduced In: 1986

If you find the shotgun forum section of wepsnet you'll find a request by me for good pics. D.E. Waters provides two, though the BATF one is the best if you have a program to clean up pics.

Hope this helps

T.R.
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Old 2 November 1999, 16:21
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FULL AUTO SHOTGUN!?!?!?!??!?!?!? WTF! i wanna see this shit!
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Old 2 November 1999, 16:29
TR
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D-Man,

USAS-12 is a law enforcement/military styled weapon which ironically only been seen in one major movie (that I am aware of). Sometimes one can be seen on the Showtime program, Stargate: SG-1.

T.R.
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Old 2 November 1999, 19:03
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We have two of these in stock. One is a semi-auto only gun for civilian sale which is now a NFA weapon under the DD clause.

The other is a transferable machinegun on a form four.

Tripp
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Old 3 November 1999, 01:34
TR
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They made semi-auto versions? Interesting, I had heard the company (Daewoo) had contemplated doing so but was unsure of the market for it.

Thanks

T.R.
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Old 3 November 1999, 05:47
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Gilbert Equipment Company Inc. assembled the semi-auto USAS12 with imported parts kits from Daewoo and US-made receivers and barrels.

[This message has been edited by D.E. Watters (edited 11-03-1999).]
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Old 5 November 1999, 08:21
Tuukka
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Thanks, i needed some info because a friend of mine is purchasing one from Switzerland
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Old 6 November 1999, 03:35
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I hope your friend has thought about the availability of spare parts. I have a Daewoo DR200 and the thing is damn reliable but if spare parts are ever needed I'm SOL. It's partly because of the "assault weapons" ban, partly Daewoo. If the USAS12 is like my DR200 in terms of how it's built, it'll be built like a tank.
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