Rick showed me his wares and I came away most impressed by a tactical semi-auto called the.
The model with a synthetic stock is also a favourite of many wildfowlers (though the gun would be as at home in a pigeon hide or busting clays).The black-anodised action is neatly presented.Watch Queue, queue _count total loading.Hatsan includes three spacers so you can adjust length of pull (LOP which I found a little short from the box.There are other barrel options from 24in.Hatsan also offers a Sect 1 (firearm) unlimited capacity and I would imagine most commercial magazine extension tubes will fit.The trigger pull was adequate rather maui prostitution sting than great but I soon adjusted.The balance and pointing qualities with 30in barrels are good.It is a practical workhorse, the 3in-chambered, steel-shot-proofed, Turkish-made Hatsan, escort semi-automatic.Gas-operated shotguns were developed from gas-operated assault rifles.There is a 312in model, too.Marine pump gun and a quick strip and clean.Like most semi-automatics it is CNC machined from aluminium alloy.Restrictions are Cylinder, Full, and Modified.Felt recoil was low.The chamber will accept both 2-inch or 3-inch magnum shells and the bore and chamber are chrome-moly lined.What is missing however are sling swivels, which is always a bonus on a working repeater.The Escort has to be judged at a price of 493 (RRP).
Some quick thoughts on my Hatsan.

Moving up to 3 Magnums it became a tad lively, but at 6 lbs its not heavy, though the recoil pad did make a useful contribution.
The Turks have also followed the US lead in making repeaters that can handle both 3in and 312in magnum cartridges.