Turkish Semi auto shotguns

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Do you have a website or online store?
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Thanks for the reply, Joe.
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Kingjoey wrote: October 17th, 2021, 8:17 am
XM177E2 wrote: October 17th, 2021, 2:23 am
Kingjoey wrote: July 12th, 2021, 8:33 am We build aftermarket parts for the Escort MPA shotguns, those are made by Hatsan and I've been exceptionally impressed by them. Done a lot of mods to them for guys running them in 3-gun matches as well
I have the Escort MPA 12 Ga. Tactical. Been looking for a +2 magazine extension like the one Hatsan makes for it but won’t import to the US. Do you make an extension tube?
Yup, got oversized charging handles too
Just received some beautifully made parts for my Hatsan Escort from Kingjoey! I finally have the Mag Extension and a killer Charging Handle 😁..
Thank you Sir!
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I bought a 26" Stoeger 3000 just to build up for 3 gun. The gun had hammer follow right out of the box but since I planned on building it anyway, I didn't care as I would fix that fitting in the aftermarket disconnect.
Other than that, the gun had good parts (metallurgy and fit) and ran like a raped ape when done.
I sold it to a guy here on the forum and to my knowledge, it's still running well.
If all others were built like the Stoeger, the turks can build good guns.
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Let us know how these shotguns turn out especially under match conditions where you are firing alot of rounds along with slugs.
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kingjoey do you have a website?Also what do you think of the Black Aces Pro series X or the SMAX
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madmike wrote: January 26th, 2022, 2:03 pm kingjoey do you have a website?Also what do you think of the Black Aces Pro series X or the SMAX
The website is kingarmory.com but its down right now until i get a chance to overhaul the site. I haven't had any personal experience with the Black Aces or SMAX unfortunately.
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madmike wrote: January 20th, 2022, 10:19 am Let us know how these shotguns turn out especially under match conditions where you are firing alot of rounds along with slugs.
I have a 1st gen Escort that has eaten over 12k rounds, have used it so much its been refinished twice
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Kingjoey wrote: January 26th, 2022, 4:32 pm
madmike wrote: January 20th, 2022, 10:19 am Let us know how these shotguns turn out especially under match conditions where you are firing alot of rounds along with slugs.
I have a 1st gen Escort that has eaten over 12k rounds, have used it so much its been refinished twice
I have the Slugger 1st gen I bought when I was in Kalifornistan, still going strong, not near as many rounds as yours though :o

Have a great, gun carryin', Kenpo day

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@Kingjoey

Have you come up with any reliability/performance modifications to do to the MPA internals?
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XM177E2 wrote: January 28th, 2022, 1:49 pm @Kingjoey

Have you come up with any reliability/performance modifications to do to the MPA internals?
There's some basic tuning/fitting that can be done, have a design for an improved self-regulating gas piston, will be making those for the Rem1187 also
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haven't had the pleasure of a turkey made semi auto, but have had and have quite a few over unders, side by sides, and a pump or two, no complaints, as they seem to hit what i aim at, hehehe, most of the time, thank god i carry a 30 rd bandalier, i'll get'm one way or another, :o
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Kingjoey wrote: January 29th, 2022, 5:32 am
XM177E2 wrote: January 28th, 2022, 1:49 pm @Kingjoey

Have you come up with any reliability/performance modifications to do to the MPA internals?
There's some basic tuning/fitting that can be done, have a design for an improved self-regulating gas piston, will be making those for the Rem1187 also
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@Kingjoey
Have you tried running the Aguila 1 3/4” Minishells through the MPA?
I doubt they would cycle and feed reliably but Curious if they have been tested to run in the MPA.
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XM177E2 wrote: January 30th, 2022, 1:44 pm @Kingjoey
Have you tried running the Aguila 1 3/4” Minishells through the MPA?
I doubt they would cycle and feed reliably but Curious if they have been tested to run in the MPA.
I haven't tried those, I tend to not use Minis in semi-autos anyways
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