Standard Manufacturing Co. LLC just released a video of its SKO 12 gauge semiautomatic shotgun in action.
The SKO semi-auto accepts 2 ¾” and 3” shells and features detachable magazines are available in two, five, and 10-round capacities; a 15-round magazine and 25-round drum are under development and will be available shortly, according to a recent press release.
It features an 18 7/8-inch barrel manufactured from 4140 steel and threaded to accept a wide variety of choke tubes. It has a large 22-inch rail mount which provides ample room for optics, lasers, and illumination devices, according the release.
The upper receiver is machined from solid billet of 7075 aircraft grade aluminum; the lower receiver is machined from a forging of 7075.
It weighs 7 pounds, 10 ounces, has an overall length of 38 inches and features a six-position adjustable stock. You can buy one for about $1,100 here.
The video is a little ridiculous, but entertaining if you like demonstrations of withering firepower. It features "swamp man" unleashing an SKO with devastating effects. Enjoy.