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Catamount Fury II Saiga Pattern Semi Auto Shotgun, 12ga, AK Thumbhole Style, New.
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 $499.95  $399.95 
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This is the Catamount Fury II 12ga semi auto shotgun. It is a Saiga pattern shotgun built on an AK style receiver and operating system, with a 20" barrel with 3" chamber. Has a black synthetic thumbhole Dragunov style stock, fixed sights, hinged top cover, and adjustable gas block. Features Weaver style rails and a extended magwell, threaded muzzle with one (1) choke tube for lead shot only. Includes two 5rd detachable magazines that insert straight like an AR, manual, and cleaning rod and brush. New mfg in China imported by CAI. Does not accept Russian Saiga magazines, but extra mags can be added below at a special price.. # SG1874-N.

ATTENTION: Firearms ONLY ship to an FFL holder (or C&R if eligible). If you do not have an FFL (Federal Firearms License) then you must find one in your area to do the transfer for you, and you must enter their address as the shipping address on your order. This gun is not for sale to California.

MANUFACTURER: Catamount

Weight: 14.50

Condition: New

CUSTOMER REVIEWS:
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Total Reviews: 4

by Date Added: Saturday March 15, 2014
Great shotgun, just doesn't like the "Spartan" 00 Buck shells, and neither does my MKA-1919 for that matter. Never missed a beat on the Mellor, RIO, Lellier & Bellot, Winchester, and Remington, that I tested with. Seems to like the high brass shells the best. Didn't come with all of the choke tubes, and wasn't a big deal for me. Its a really nice shooting shotgun, I like my purchase.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 stars!]
by Date Added: Wednesday December 25, 2013
Excellent Vepr / Saiga 12 alternative after some slight work. Bolt hold open on mine wasn't formed quite right, after a little bending of the part with a pliers the gun now functions 100%. I have at least 100 rounds threw it now, lots of slugs, 3" mag turkey loads and even super light #8 trap loads they all function on the high brass setting! The heavy parkarized finish is very durable. Mine shoots 1-1/2" groups at fifty yards with slugs using a shotgun scope. Highly recommend this gun!

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 stars!]
by Date Added: Wednesday December 18, 2013
Where to begin? When I think of the Saiga shotgun, I don't think marvel of craftsmanship and finish. I tend to think of them like the Volkswagen Beetle of the 70's. Not beautiful, but efficient, reliable, inexpensive and predictable.

They are made by a simple metal stamping process that hasn't required much updating in almost 100 years. So when I thought of a weapons system the Chines could probably knockoff in a respectable fashion, the Saiga seemed like the most likely candidate. Wow! Couldn't have been more wrong.

Of all the AK variants I've seen, (which aren't known for their build quality) this is hands down the worst. My guess is the same production line in China that supplies the world with SuperSoaker squirt guns puts these shotguns out as well.

The mag well is simply a plastic box, glued on to the receiver. Really! I guess since I've had other Chinese made weapons that performed exceedingly well (Chinese SKS) I had hoped for more.... much more. In a nutshell. I would not recommend this shotgun for purchase to anyone paying more than $150.


Rating: 1 of 5 Stars! [1 of 5 stars!]
by Date Added: Sunday June 09, 2013
THESE ARE EXCELLENT SHOTGUNS AND GOOD SELLERS.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 stars!]
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