Arsenal’s Greener Shotgun Could be the Next Generation of High-Power Shotguns
article By now we all know how much we love the Super Hornet.
But, as a shotgun, the Super-Hornet has its own set of problems.
It’s a big gun, it’s heavy, and its range is pretty limited.
But we’re not saying it won’t become a major player in the market for high-power, long-range shotguns.
That’s exactly what is happening with the Gunnarsson R-28.
The new shotgun from Gunnarssons R-32 division is called the R-27, and it’s a hybrid of the R28 and R-30.
The R-31 has a single, heavy barrel, and the R 27 is the latter.
The R-29 and R 28 are the other two variants of the Super Hornet, and they both share a single bolt design with the R 28.
The differences between the two guns are very subtle, but they make a huge difference in performance.
The Super Hornset is basically the Super Taurus PT-28 with a heavier barrel.
The shotgun has a shorter, more compact length than the PT-29, and a longer, lighter bolt design.
The gun can handle higher-powered ammunition, which makes it perfect for use with high-capacity magazines, like a high-powered rifle.
And, thanks to its unique dual-barrel design, it can fire both the long- and short-barreled version of the same cartridge.
This shotgun was designed for military service, and will be the first of its kind in Europe.
It will be available in two variants: the R29 and the H28, and we’ll be taking a look at them soon.
Gnarsson said the R27 would be the second in its line of R-series shotguns.
It is a big, heavy, long rifle, and there is nothing about this gun that isn’t tough.
It also has a nice big stock.
This is not a cheap gun, though, as the R R-23 retails for around €30,000 ($32,000).
In terms of design, the R 25 has a long, sloping barrel, a very narrow, shallow cheek weld, and very little barrel space.
This allows the gun to handle high-caliber cartridges without breaking the bank.
At the other end of the scale, the H 28 is a little more compact, but still looks a lot like a super-heavy Taurus.
You can tell it’s made for military use because the R 26 has a very similar design to the R 29, with the same short, shallow barrel.
However, there is one significant difference between the R 24 and the other three.
The H 28 has a larger magazine capacity, and you’ll get more bang for your buck when you shoot a round from the H. This means you can use the R 32 with an extra clip, and your total load capacity will increase significantly.
Gunnarsson’s R-26 is a very capable, reliable gun.
As with all of Gunnar’s shotguns, the design of the H 27 is based on a single piece of wood.
It was originally built to support a lightweight rifle, but this design will allow it to be a very reliable shotgun.
In short, the guns are both very heavy and very reliable.
We’re excited to see where this new breed of shotgun goes next.