For several years I’ve been thinking about getting a Saiga 12 shotgun, but with the recent, crazy jump in prices, I couldn’t see me pay close to a grand for a shotgun that requires another wad of money to get it where I would want it. Toyed with the idea of getting a KelTec bullpup shotgun, but from what I’ve read, they can be temperamental and a pump verses an auto. Wandered away from the idea until I found this: Just picked it up and won’t have a chance to shoot it for quite a while, but couldn’t pass it up as a birthday present to myself! It’s a MKA-1919 12 ga. The Turks have been using this shotgun for both military and police since 2007. Clever in that the user who is trained on an AR-15 platform can adapt to this shotgun quickly. This is the 2nd gen of this shotgun. The first gen was geared to hot loads (military and police), but wasn’t too friendly to light field loads. The manufacturer was quick to respond to customer feedback and redesigned the gas system to handle a wider range of shells. Based on a Rem 1100. Chrome lined barrel, two 5 round mags (all steel) and interchangeable chokes. Tons of accessories on the market for this shotgun already. 10 round mags, Saiga mag adapters, 20 round drum, aluminum lower receiver (Serial number on upper receiver, so changing the lower isn’t an issue), adapters for AR-15 buttstocks and grips, trigger groups, forward stocks, gas systems, on and on. Only 4 items needed to make it 922R compliant. The trigger group counts as three, so add a forward stock and your there. $399 at Centerfire Systems!! Plenty of mad money left over to build to my ideas. Can’t wait to get out and shoot it!