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The legal loophole is whether gun is a shotgun or just a shortbarreled firearm. Manufacturers were getting around the short barrel restrictions by listing it as a firearm but not a rifle or shotgun which have NFA restrictions.
Silly as you and I both see shotguns when we look at the Mossberg or the Remington.

Of course isn't the whole NFA thing silly? certainly is for suppressors etc
 
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Where did you find the led?
It's the Streamlight shotgun "TL-Racker" for the shockwave.
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A great choice for serious firepower in a small package. I used to carry a Rem 870 12-inch Witness Protection at work but it is an NFA item and a pain to travel with. One of the guys that I used to be on the Bomb Squad with sold me a shockwave and Van Comp tricked it out for carrying it in Alaska while fishing and working in AZ. Cut the recoil a bit and a much better pattern with 00 Buck. Just as good as the Rem WP with NO paperwork. (Sorry it needs to be cleaned, I use it)

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Mine is dirty and still hasn't been shot....
 
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A 12-inch Mossberg is an NFA item but a Remington Vtac-13 isn't? Must be that miles-long one inch of extra barrel length. Still, I'm happy that a shotgun with such an aggressive appearance can be bought without an NFA stamp. Smokepoles like the Vtac-13 make liberals fill their BVDs upon first sight...

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I have to carry around a piece of paper stating it's neither rifle or a pistol, so I have the governments permission to use my rights.............you guys know what I'm thinking !
 

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