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    After rebate: $199.99

  • ATI SCOUT 12GA SEMI AUTO SHOTGUN BLACK 26 IN BBL

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    $139.99

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    $499.00 $399.99

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    $568.00 $389.99

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    $699.95 $459.99

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    $635.95 $459.99

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Recent
Sportsman's Outdoor Superstore
Reviews

Recent Customer Review

5 Star Rating
Best Damn Pistol
William from Galax, VA
November 28, 2022
Great overall pistol.

Recent Customer Review

5 Star Rating
A surprisingly decent shotgun
Robert from Soldotna , AK
November 27, 2022
I am writing this review because there was none when I purchased this shotgun from this website. I took a chance on this and to be honest I didn’t expect much. I was hoping that this may be a fun range toy. I was pleasantly surprised on how it performed. Like many semi auto firearms, you have to find the ammo that works best with your gun. Mine performed well with Federal bird shot and slugs. With those loads I didn’t have any issues. I shot some Fiocchi buckshot that my gun did not like and it wouldn’t cycle. The carry handle and front site are made of a descent plastic but can be removed. Under the carry handle is a Picatinny rail on which you can mount an optic. The gun comes apart pretty easily for cleaning purposes. Panzer shotgun mags do work on this shotgun. The hand guard is tight but made of a cheap plastic. There is a case that comes with a few chokes. This is not a premium firearm but for $200 dollars, it’s great.

Recent Customer Review

5 Star Rating
Pretty Good for the price.
James K. from Luray, VA
November 27, 2022
I haven't had this too long and I am by no means a professional gun reviewer. So far, I am really loving this shotgun. It is a little on the heavy side but for me I feel it helps with the kick it gives while shooting. I haven't really had any of the issues I see people having. Although, I do give any new weapon a thorough cleaning before taking it out to target practice. But for me, all in all, a good shotgun.

Recent Customer Review

4 Star Rating
One of the best guns in the price range ever.
Drew from Dallas , TX
November 27, 2022
Okay well, I bought a Taurus G2c exactly like this one new from a nearby academy. Out of the box, I loved the ergonomics! Felt so good in my hand. I'm an approx. 6ft, 195lb male with average size hands, mind you. Loved every part about it, then the real magic happened. When I would go to shoot it, it was one of the most accurate 9mm handguns I have ever shot, period. I fired FMJ, jacketed hollowpoint, even Underwood ammunition, max penetration, as well as Federal Syntec rounds that are made for the range, and have the red colored projectiles bullets. I actually fired several different brands of +P rated 9mm rounds out of it and it shot all types of ammo with ease.

One night I left the gun, with a full mag inside the glove box of my vehicle which I rarely or never do, I found the car had been broken into that night electrically opened by crooks using a remote switch to unlock the car, and stole the Taurus G2c with the loaded mag of hollowpoint ammo out of the glove box. I was so angry because it was a gun I wanted to keep because of its ergonomics and very good accuracy. I filed a police report with the serial number, but never found it or got it back. My dad know owns a Taurus GX4 and my next 9mm purchase will be either a Taurus G2c, Taurus G2s or G3c…possibly a GX4 but it’s so tiny that I don’t think I like the fit inside the hand.

Recent Customer Review

4 Star Rating
Lightweight, concealable, and well priced.
Drew from Dallas, TX
November 27, 2022
I’ll start by saying my EDC caliber is a .380 auto with jacketed hollowpoint ammo. The first Ruger LCP I had was the LCP II, the version before the LCP Max. I liked it a lot, mainly for its weight and size. Completely easy to hold in a pocket without weighing yourself down. So, when I bought the LCP Max, I bought the 12rd mag made for it from Ruger and had the 10rd it comes with. The 12rd magazine does give you a bit better grip on the gun, but I don’t have it anymore, I sold that magazine. I carry the LCP Max as my EDC in a Kydex WeThePeople brand IWB holster designed for the LCP II but the LCP Max fits in it the exact same way. I don’t feel the need to carry a .45 ACP or 10mm handgun with 16+ rounds in the magazine day-to-day. I like the .380 if I ever had to pull it out and defend myself with it. I know it would fire and a 99% chance stop or make the threat retreat, especially if the threat didn’t have a visible firearm. I understand 9mm is a more versatile caliber, and .40 S&W, .45 ACP etc, etc, have more power. I understand that. If I knew I was hanging in a horrible part of town with possible threats around I may decide to carry a different gun, like my Springfield XD-40 Subcompact Model 2 with 12+1 capacity along with two extra magazines, or even my Stoeger STR-9c with 11+1 magazines in 9mm. And if I need it, I have a Mossberg 590 Shockwave 12 gauge pump action next to the bed, along with a Ruger mini-14 tactical chambered in 5.56 with a 30rd magazine, along with a 20rd magazine next to it. Or my Ruger PC charger pistol which I have a 33rd 9mm magazine attached to it. I have options for home defense but day-in and day-out I like the model, and caliber. It could be more accurate, but that’s my only small concern.

Recent Customer Review

5 Star Rating
Hornady SubX
Josh from Troy, AL
November 26, 2022
I have used this round a couple years now and have cycled without issue from AR and bolt guns. Harvested 4 whitetails that I can recall from 50 to 90 yards. Have yet to see one pass through a deer but the farthest I've had one run once shot is 30 yards. So I would say it does pretty dang good. I see a lot of bad reviews but I've had good luck with them with well placed shots. I can see where a issue could come up if you don't place your rounds where they should go. But that's the same with all ammo.