TriStar Sporting Arms Raptor series of semi-automatic shotguns is known for its value, and its latest introduction to the line is no exception. But finding a home-defense shotgun ready to defend right out of the box at a budget price is a welcome surprise. TriStar's new Raptor A-TAC 3-inch semi-auto is a tactical shotgun that features a standard pistol grip, fixed stock, picatinny rail, ghost-ring sight, tactical-style choke tube and much more that makes this gun ready for action. MSRP is $419. For more, go to TriStar Sporting Arms or watch the video below.
TriStar Sporting Arms A-TAC Shotgun
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