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Greener MkIII shotgun

Manufactured by W.W. Greener c.1921~30′s for use in the British colonial empire - serial number H736.
14 gauge Greener, single shot Martini-Henry falling block action, steel nosecap.

A quintessential colonial long arm if there was any. Greener’s shotgun was designed at the requests of guards and jailers in British colonies, who asked for a gun suitable for riot control and useless to the criminal that would no doubt attempt to steal them. This was achieved after several iterations by designing an oddly tapered shotshell featuring a circular groove around its primer. This groove fit a trident-shaped striker in the shotgun, which prongs would stop the gun from firing if used on any other cartridge.
The gun was also modeled into a very blunt and sturdy design, perfect for bludgeoning inmates.

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Remington 870 MCS

The Modular Combat Shotgun is a variant of the 870 that is designed for different combat roles. Primarily a close quarters breaching gun, it comes with a variety of barrel lengths and stock options, as well as the ability to mount to an M4 with the proper adapter. One of the most sought after parts on the MCS is it’s unique forend, which has an integrated handstop. The MCS is not readily available to the general civilian market, instead the main customer demographic are LEO and military buyers. (GRH)