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Fingersoup  [Member]
1/31/2013 9:59:51 PM
Does anyone foresee these dropping below $1,200 in the coming year?

Has anyone got a chance to shoot one yet - did you like\dislike it?
Toothpicksandkatchup  [Member]
1/31/2013 10:11:44 PM
Never shot one. But there huge! Well juding by this video they are.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4xaxGhKLMqY
GSXRCorey  [Member]
1/31/2013 10:25:47 PM
Originally Posted By Toothpicksandkatchup:
Never shot one. But there huge! Well juding by this video they are.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4xaxGhKLMqY


They are huge compared to the KSG. The price is not coming down anytime soon either!
Fingersoup  [Member]
1/31/2013 10:29:48 PM
Originally Posted By GSXRCorey:
Originally Posted By Toothpicksandkatchup:
Never shot one. But there huge! Well juding by this video they are.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4xaxGhKLMqY


They are huge compared to the KSG. The price is not coming down anytime soon either!


I was afraid they weren't but wanted to see if anyone knew if there was going to be a major push for sales/ increase in production for America that might drop down the price a little.

Someone said they have been available for Canada for a while now? - Is that right?

(Both of them weigh 6,9 lbs empty.)
Eraser  [Member]
1/31/2013 11:11:46 PM
the UTS is the coolest looking gun I have seen lately. It is 2 grand here local. I went to buy one, just because it looks awesome! After handling it, it doesnt seem as well built as I hoped. Also watch the youtube video of some guy trying to rapid fire the gun. It looked very awkward, and difficult to re acquire target after firing each time. 15 rounds of 3 inch magnums is serious firepower... but I would feel safer with one of my AR's. Just my opinion... it does look bad ass! I yhought it was a prop gun when I first saw it.
Probably bet that will be on the top line of any proposed bans....
Fingersoup  [Member]
2/1/2013 8:35:59 AM
Originally Posted By Eraser:
the UTS is the coolest looking gun I have seen lately. It is 2 grand here local. I went to buy one, just because it looks awesome! After handling it, it doesnt seem as well built as I hoped. Also watch the youtube video of some guy trying to rapid fire the gun. It looked very awkward, and difficult to re acquire target after firing each time. 15 rounds of 3 inch magnums is serious firepower... but I would feel safer with one of my AR's. Just my opinion... it does look bad ass! I yhought it was a prop gun when I first saw it.
Probably bet that will be on the top line of any proposed bans....


Actually I just watched a bunch of videos on it last night and completely lost any interest in it because of it's lack of reliability.
SVOfan  [Member]
2/1/2013 10:06:04 AM
I have shot one and didn't have any trouble. It fired in rapid seccesion just fine. It's much lighter than it looks. I really liked it and wanted one. Then it broke. The forearm broke off during rapid firing. The plastic was too brittle. They are supposed to be fixing the problem (maybe already have) so I'm waiting to see revised reviews.

It's still on my radar since I don't have a nice compact shotgun but right now my money is being reserved for a Tavor instead. I've also seen a lot of problems with KSGs failing to cycle some shells and the one I shot had to pumped very briskly to operate well. I like the idea of both guns but both need a little work.
Fingersoup  [Member]
2/1/2013 12:16:45 PM
I'm not a huge fan of the bullpup design but I was interested in both the uts and ksg because you get a full length barrel and a ton of rounds in a compact design. It looks like both still need some work.
Johnnyutah  [Team Member]
2/1/2013 7:28:33 PM
I'll tell you in 7 weeks. I have 1 in route to casa de Johnny Utah.
aIIan  [Team Member]
2/2/2013 8:43:10 AM
Originally Posted By Fingersoup:
Does anyone foresee these dropping below $1,200 in the coming year?

Has anyone got a chance to shoot one yet - did you like\dislike it?


Looks like Atlantic has them for $125O.

Has anyone dealt with them before? I'm thinking about scooping up one of their AKs.