Iconic Shotgun Flying Onto Civilian Shelves This Year

The Atchisson Assault-12 — better known as the AA-12 — is one of the best known automatic shotguns sold to military and law enforcement out there, largely thanks to its screen appearances. Of course the civilian version will be semi-auto, so don’t get your hopes up.

Check out this release from Sol Invictus Arms and Tactical Superiority:

Sol Invictus Arms with Tactical Superiority, Inc. is proud to announce the release of the AA-12 shotgun. This venerable, proven shotgun is a new addition to the Sol Invictus Arms product offering. With several improvements, changes to manufacturing processes and enhanced variants catering to the civilian market, this shotgun, once only available to law enforcement and military is now being re-released to the general public.

Originally designed by Max Atchisson, the design was sold in 1987, and the AA-12 underwent more than 100 changes made by Boje Cornils enabling a fully functional and reliable firearm. Now Boje Cornils is working with Tactical Superiority, Inc. and Sol Invictus Arms, to bring this amazing firearm to the masses. Not only will the production models include new and improved versions of the already known AA-12 in a full auto configuration for military and law enforcement, it will now include a never before seen, 100% legal semi-automatic version for the civilian market. The newly available AA-12 represents significant improvement over past production techniques, including improved design elements, and is now available at a significantly more consumer friendly price point.

The 1980’s-designed firearm is going to be getting afresh new surge of sales thanks to a new, sharp-looking semi-automatic version of the design.

Well, that’s the idea anyway. The firearm is going for $3,000 and up to pre-order, according to The Firearm Blog. We’ll see how much business they draw.

Expected delivery will be December of this year — just in time for all your Christmas dreams to come true.

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