The UTS-15 tactical shotgun was launched at the NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits at St. Louis in 2012, and more than 3,500 have been delivered since July 2012. The shotgun is a 12 gauge pump-action shotgun with two 7-round alternately feeding or selectable magazine tubes and has a 28.3-inch overall length with a 18.5-inch barrel, chambered for 2½” 2¾” and 3” magnum ammunition. Constructed primarily of fiber reinforced injection molded polymer the UTS-15 weighs only 6.9 lbs. The top-mounted picatinny rail allows for a wide variety of both iron and optical sights. Coupled with Beretta-style barrel threading for choke tubes, the UTS-15 is able to adapt to any situation.
This year the shotgun has been introduced in three new patterns: predator camo, desert camo and marine blue.
The UTS-15 Marine digitized camo pattern was designed to meet the demands of OBS24, one of the world's leading security companies providing security on board commercial vessels passing through the pirate infested waters off Somalia.
The Desert Camo is based on the popular digitized camo pattern used by both American and NATO forces the UTS-15 Desert Camo incorporates a specially formulated desert sand base coat over which the two-color non-glare digital camouflage pattern is applied. The UTS-15 Desert Camo has become increasingly popular with varmint hunters in America’s Southwest and other arid regions Worldwide.