The SRM Arms Model 1216 semi-automatic shotgun is a new concept in shotgun design, one that features a detachable high-capacity magazine that holds 16 rounds of either 2 3/4 or 3-inch shells in four separate feed tubes. After firing four rounds, a shooter must rotate the magazine to the next feed tube to fire the next four rounds, until all four chambers are empty.
Roller delayed action provides fast cycling and reduced felt recoil, while an integrated picatinny rail combined with a 3-face handguard rail offers the shooter a broad range of options for mounting optics, sights and tactical accessories. Pushpin disassembly and break open design allows for easy field stripping and maintenance, while the ambidextrous receiver and controls make SRM Arms’ 1216 one of the most innovative new products on the market.
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