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UTG Multi-Shot Combat Tactical Shotgun

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If you're looking for a shotgun that spreads multiple shots over an area, then this is the most economical way to get there. The build quality seems good, and the effective range is decent. I would like to see the groupings stay closer longer and an adjustable hop up unit might be nice if one dial could adjust all 3 barrels simultaneously. The amount of force needed to rack the gun is a bit much. I understand that it's going to need more force to push 3 bbs, so in a springer (such as this is), you'll need a stiffer spring. It does seem to work in though after a few hundred shots.

 

For CQB, I would prefer the shorter version without the full stock as it is a bit long. I do have to say I like the looks of both of them.

 

In my opinion, this gun is best suited for ranges of about 70 feet and closer, but can get you a solid hit from as far as 80 feet. You're really beginning to push it at that point though, consider how you're going to be using it before buying it. I would also suggest trying one out or at least working the action on it before buying it to make sure you're comfortable with it.

 

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Its great as a sidearm. You just have to determine how you want to carry it. I usually just sling it on my back when im sniping.

Its also great as a cqb primary as well.

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Great review. Has anyone disassembled these things and had a good look at the internals? Are they relatively simple to disassemble/reassemble? (my guess is they should be, being based off TM M3's)

 

Edit: I wish I had done more searching before I asked this question. I found a guide for TM models, and I suppose it should be similar for the UTG/TSD/DE/Crosman - doesn't look too complicated.

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Great review. Has anyone disassembled these things and had a good look at the internals? Are they relatively simple to disassemble/reassemble? (my guess is they should be, being based off TM M3's)

 

Edit: I wish I had done more searching before I asked this question. I found a guide for TM models, and I suppose it should be similar for the UTG/TSD/DE/Crosman - doesn't look too complicated.

 

The gun is basically glued together. Dissasembly is a nono

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