The DP-12 is a two-barreled, pump action shotgun.

History[edit | edit source]

The DP-12 was introduced around 2015 by Standard Manufacturing, Co., with an MSRP of $1395.00 USD. It was designed to "raise the bar" with an "extraordinary shotgun", and is said to be the first of its kind; a double-barreled, pump-action repeater shotgun. The DP-12 must be shipped to a Licensed Firearms Dealer, and Standard Manufacturing would contact the user for the Federal Firearms License they would like to use for transferring it.

Design Details[edit | edit source]

The DP-12 is a double-barreled pump-action shotgun with two triggers side-by-side. The weapon is quite similar to a Kel-Tec KSG, albeit having two barrels instead of one. Each tube holds seven shells for a total of fourteen shells fed through both tubes, with an additional 2 more shells in the chamber for a total of 16. A QR code is fitted on the stock which can be scanned with a smart device, which downloads the DP-12's user manual along with other information to their device.

Picatinny rails are present on the shotgun, for mounting a wide variety of accessories such as foregrips and red dot sights. The weapon uses Tru-Choke choke tubes, and can be fitted with door breachers if ballistic breaching is required. The weapon is mostly ambidextrous, with an ambidextrous safety and bottomside shell ejection. The weapon also has a shell indicator window which the user can peer through to see how many shells are left in a tube.

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