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Shotgun DP-12.

At the Shot SHOW gun show in 2015, the US-based Standard Manufacturing Company (USA) manufactured a special two-barrel shotgun called the DP-12.

According to the manufacturer, the market they target is the law enforcement force that operates in tight spaces that require high mobility; Next to it is the army.

At first glance, it is easy to see that the DP-12 has a non-traditional design, similar to the previous shotguns such as Kel-tec KSG or UTS-15. It is aesthetics, lightweight, besides durable performance features with high reliability. Like KSG, the main structure of the gun is the tube that extends from the barrel to the crotch
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At the Shot SHOW gun show in 2015, the US-based Standard Manufacturing Company (USA) manufactured a special two-barrel shotgun called the DP-12.

According to the manufacturer, the market they target is the law enforcement force that operates in tight spaces that require high mobility; Next to it is the army.

At first glance, it is easy to see that the DP-12 has a non-traditional design, similar to the previous shotguns such as Kel-tec KSG or UTS-15. It is aesthetics, lightweight, besides durable performance features with high reliability. Like KSG, the main structure of the gun is the tube that extends from the barrel to the crotch

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OP, are you a shill for that company? (just curious)

As for the gun: it seems pretty stupid - one trigger pull fires both barrels, so it's 7+1 double-barrel blasts.
For the same money, I'd take a Mossberg 590 + $1000

DP-12 looks like a perfect accessory for the douchebag with a gold-plated Desert Eagle, especially in this ghetto-fabulous factory pimp trim:



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SOooooo, if one trigger pull fires both barrels and you have slugs in it.........does that make it technically a machine gun? More than one projectile fire from a single pull of the trigger.

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SOooooo, if one trigger pull fires both barrels and you have slugs in it.........does that make it technically a machine gun? More than one projectile fire from a single pull of the trigger.
Not unless you install a bump stock when Panda hunting in a gluten-free zone.

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Not unless you install a bump stock when Panda hunting in a gluten-free zone.

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Damit, I always forget about the gluten.

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HGTD in 3, 2, 1 . . .
I'm guessing more along the lines of just never showing up again in this thread or any other. Who knows. Prove us wrong OP.

I do fully agree with your evaluation of the DP-12 itself.
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Damit, I always forget about the gluten.
You must not be around many of the "organic," "natural" or "whole foods" enthusiasts. They never let you forget about frickin' gluten.
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1400 fucking dollars? LOL

Just another oh look what we can make.

And twenty years ago no one was fucking gluten intolerant, now every time you turn around everything is gluten free.

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I think too much of a pressure variant between Earth and outer-space... lack of oxygen... something like that.
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Shotguns? I'm really not into close range guns. I prefer long range rifles. My grandpa was a hunter and he took me on hunting from time to time.
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It was very interesting experience as a matter of fact. My grandpa even gave me his rifle so I can shoot some birds, LOL. Now I'm a grown man and his rifle belongs to me. The only problem with this rifle is that the scope is all covered with scratches. I'm thinking about buying one of the scopes for long range rifles my friend recommended me. But I'm not quite sure which one. The list is very big. Can someone tell me - does it REALLY worth it or not? Is there some good scopes in this list?
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It was very interesting experience as a matter of fact. My grandpa even gave me his rifle so I can shoot some birds, LOL. Now I'm a grown man and his rifle belongs to me. The only problem with this rifle is that the scope is all covered with scratches. I'm thinking about buying one of the scopes for long range rifles my friend recommended me. But I'm not quite sure which one. The list is very big. Can someone tell me - does it REALLY worth it or not? Is there some good scopes in this list?
Vortex, leupold, Burris are all excellent scope makers. Take your pick.

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I'd rather pay $499.99 for this...
(The 19rd mag looks a bit much but there's also 5rd and 9rd mags.)

I don't know anything about this or the DP-12, I'm happy with my MarineMagnum, but if I were looking for a semi- shotgun for home defense or the sports cage of my Jeep...


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I'd rather pay $499.99 for this...
(The 19rd mag looks a bit much but there's also 5rd and 9rd mags.)

I don't know anything about this or the DP-12, I'm happy with my MarineMagnum, but if I were looking for a semi- shotgun for home defense or the sports cage of my Jeep...


Odd looking gun.

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That's a bad pic...
Does this look more normal?
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I wonder why these aren't "destructive devices" per ATF like the Striker-12 / Streetsweeper


EDIT: prob'ly 'cuz arbitrary bullshit is arbitrary - your tax dollar at work nannyin'

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It’s destructive to the guys shoulders of the YouTube video I watch. Man the recoil.


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