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New for 2021: Armscor All Generations Pump Shotguns

The thought behind Armscor's new All Generations line of pump shotguns is revealed in its name.

With an adjustable stock, All Generations shotguns "can fit anybody at any age. All generations," Armscor President Martin Tuason said. As part of the SHOT Show New Product Premiere (see video above), Tuason told Guns & Ammo's David Faubion the new line includes 12-gauge, 20-gauge and .410 models and comes at a sweet price: $299.

From home defense to competitive shooting to hunting, the All Generation series can fill a variety of needs. "It's a fun gun to shoot at a great price with a lifetime warranty. It's a lot of gun for the price," Tuason said.


ALL GENERATIONS 12GA PUMP ACTION, 18.5

This all-around 12-gauge shotgun is relevant for home defense. Packaged with patent-pending stock with spacers and adjustable cheek rest, and a patent-pending supreme ergonomics-tested forend, this shotgun is efficient and reliable. Has lightweight aluminum receiver with a 18.5" barrel and 5+1  capacity, 3" chamber, 7.1 pounds.

ALL GENERATIONS 12GA PUMP ACTION, 28

For all-around applications. Lightweight aluminum  receiver  with  a  28" barrel and 5  +  1  capacity.  Full, Modified, and  improved  choke  tubes.  3" Chamber. 8.82 pounds.

ALL GENERATIONS 20GA PUMP ACTION, 26


For all-around applications. Lightweight  aluminum  receiver  with  a 26" barrel and 5  +  1  capacity.  Full, Modified, and  improved  choke  tubes.  3" Chamber. 8.82 pounds.

ALL GENERATIONS 410GA PUMP ACTION, 26

For all-around applications. Lightweight  aluminum  receiver  with  a  26" Barrel and 5  +  1  capacity.  Full, Modified, and  improved  choke  tubes.  3" Chamber. 8.82 pounds.



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