SHOT Show 2019 Rock Island Armory VR80 Shotgun

American Rifleman's Joe Kurtenbach stopped by the Armscor booth during Industry Day at the Range for a look at the Rock Island Armory VR80 shotgun. A semi-automatic, gas-operated, box-fed shotgun like its polymer predecessor, the VR60, the all-aluminum VR80 boasts a host of upgrades, not least of which is its ability to feed from five-, nine-, or even 19-round magazines. For more on the VR80, check out this video.




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