In China, Norinco’s QBZ-95 rifle has been the standard weapon of the military for two decades– and Tim with the Military Arms Channel has a look at the shotgun based on that design.
The K-12 Puma has been floating around Canada (why do they get all the cool overseas stuff?! Oh wait, never mind) and is now being imported into the U.S. by DDI.
Anyone who has had a chance to use and abuse a Chinese-made Hawk or other such burners should be eager to get their hands on the magazine-fed Puma. Though MAC does advise it is supposed to be run with loads on the stout end– but the gas port is adjustable.
Adjustable enough to try to cut a rubber dummy in half…
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