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KSG-25

Making a debut at the 2017 SHOT Show, the KSG-25 is a longer 30″ barreled, higher capacity version of the original KSG-12. Although it loses it’s compact size, you have almost double the capacity. Kel-Tec states that it can hold 20+1 3″ shells, 24+1 2.75″ shells or 40+1 1.5″ shells. If you want to really max out the amount of shells, you can load 50+1 of the Aguila mini-shells. MSRP is supposedly around $1,400~. (GRH)

Race to the Edge Season 4 Episode Summary
  • Defenders of the Wing pt. 2: King Snotlout?!
  • Gruff around the edges: Double-up on T.J. Miller!
  • Midnight Scrum: Damsel-in-distress!Hiccup is best Hiccup!
  • Not Lout: Now I feel bad for Snotlout...
  • Save Shattermaster: Well... that's one way to bring back Dagur... I suppose...?
  • Dire Straits: Scuba!Hiccup ! Bonus: Hicctooth moment made me cry...
  • The Longest Day: Sleepdeprivation is everything! xD
  • Gold Rush: Well... Goodbye Heathlegs...
  • Out of the Frying Pan: Hicclegs... Just... Hicclegs xD
  • Twintuition: NOOOOOOO MACEEEEEYYYYY!!!!
  • Blindsided: Blind!Astrid = Badass!Astrid
  • Shell Shocked pt. 1: What the fudge, Viggo?!
  • Shell Shocked pt. 2: The Gang's Reaction!!
About “Ghost in the Shell“

I really like all the stuff related to the “Ghost in the Shell” series. At the same time, I know it might be a little tricky to gather the correct order of all episodes and movies of this standout piece of art. So, I’m going to try to help bringing some light into this matter.

Therefore, according to the order of creation and emission (in Japan), it would be the following:

#1 Ghost in the Shell (1995) <– Film

#2 Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex (2002) <– 24-episode anime series

#3 Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex, 2nd GIG (2004) <– 24-episode anime series

#4 Ghost in the Shell: Innocence (or simply ‘Innocence’) (2004) <– Film

#5 Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex - The Laughing Man (2005) <– OVA

#6 Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex 2nd GIG - Individual Eleven (2005) <– OVA

#7 Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex - Solid State Society (2006) <– Film

#8 Ghost in the Shell 2.0 (2008) <– Film

#9 Ghost in the Shell: Arise - Ghost Pain (2013) <– OVA

#10 Ghost in the Shell: Arise - Ghost Whispers (2013) <– OVA

#11 Ghost in the Shell: Arise - Ghost Tears (2014) <– OVA

#12 Ghost in the Shell: Arise - Ghost Stands Alone (2014) <– OVA

#13 Ghost in the Shell: The Movie (2015) <– Film

#14 Ghost in the Shell: Arise - Alternative Architecture (or simply “Ghost in the Shell AAA”) (2015) <– 10-episode anime series


On the other hand, according to the timeline of the plot, the correct order would be the following:


#1 Ghost in the Shell: Arise - Ghost Pain (2013)

#2 Ghost in the Shell: Arise - Ghost Whispers (2013)

#3 Ghost in the Shell: Arise - Ghost Tears (2014)

#4 Ghost in the Shell: Arise - Ghost Stands Alone (2014)

Instead of these four episodes, you can opt for watching “Ghost in the Shell: Arise - Alternative Architecture”. In any case, you’ll need to watch “Pyrophoric Cult” after these (which are the two last episodes of the so-called “Ghost in the Shell AAA”).

#5 Ghost in the Shell: The Movie (2015)

#6 Ghost in the Shell (1995) or Ghost in the Shell 2.0 (2008)

#7 Ghost in the Shell: Innocence (or simply ‘Innocence’) (2004)

#8 Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex (2002) or Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex - The Laughing Man (2005) <– I’d recommend to watch the whole anime season instead of the short OVA since the OVA focuses on the main plot leaving aside the rest.

#9 Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex, 2nd GIG (2004) or Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex 2nd GIG - Individual Eleven (2005) <– What I previously said is valid for this one too.

#10 Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex - Solid State Society (2006) <– Film


Hints:

- “Ghost in the Shell 2.0″ is a remastered and enhanced version of the original film.

- “Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex - The Laughing Man” and “Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex, 2nd GIG - Individual Eleven” are OVAs focused on the main plot of both seasons of the anime series. This means if you have already watched both seasons of “Stand Alone Complex” you won’t discover anything new.

- “Ghost in the Shell AAA” is a compilation of all the “Ghost in the Shell: Arise” OVAs split up in two parts including a new one called “Pyrophoric Cult”.


Finally, I strongly recommend all of you to enjoy with all of them and to immerse in their deep and awesome reflections.