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DE M56. They're the only cheap tri-shot shotguns. Patrol Base stocks them for around £60 IIRC. Wouldn't recommend the one with the M1014 style adjustable stock as it is very wobbly. So either the full stock or pistol grip version.

 

Extra pack of shells is a tenner but I remember not all of mine worked very well so make sure to break them in and lube properly which should help.

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Yeah the DE M56 range are great, feed well and reliable. Got the full length/fullstock one with a stock shell holder and sling which looks the biz, its a big gun and quite bulky as a backup though and does flex a little being all plastic. If you're looking for a backup I'd go for one of the shorter barrel ones with or without the full stock.

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http://www.patrolbase.co.uk/airsoft-shotguns-and-grenade-launchers/deuce-airsoft-double-barrel-launchermhtm#.U1Z_i1VdW0Q

 

Goblin Deuce. Not really useable as a primary but 12 shots per barrel and gas powered :D

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http://www.taiwangun.com/en/combat-3-bullets-per-shot-shotgun-k1207l-koer?from=listing&campaign-id=19

That there my friend is an DE m56 DL (with a full stock!!). It has a weird name because the website is polish but it is actually the DE. The shotgun in the UK is around £60 and its extremely rare to find in black. However on this website Its £33 and £10 shipping. OR You could buy that and buy attachments (rails for the pump, a flashlight mount for the barrel, a red dot sight, etc etc) and spare shells and bump the price to £60. Then the shipping is free! That way youve paid the price you would have in the UK and you have a bunch of attachments and shells!

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http://www.taiwangun.com/en/combat-3-bullets-per-shot-shotgun-k1207l-koer?from=listing&campaign-id=19

That there my friend is an DE m56 DL (with a full stock!!). It has a weird name because the website is polish but it is actually the DE. The shotgun in the UK is around £60 and its extremely rare to find in black. However on this website Its £33 and £10 shipping. OR You could buy that and buy attachments (rails for the pump, a flashlight mount for the barrel, a red dot sight, etc etc) and spare shells and bump the price to £60. Then the shipping is free! That way youve paid the price you would have in the UK and you have a bunch of attachments and shells!

 

 

I also recommend TaiwanGun.

 

You just need to make sure that they clearly display your UKARA number on the box. IIRC you can write it in the Business line of your order details so it's there on the label, but you may be able to add a note too or try to contact them about it before you buy something.
Good thing is there are no customs / import fees to pay either. :D
Their pellets are actually very good too and ridiculously cheap.

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Here's the short barrelled version. It says coming soon but if you stick your email in the box they notify you when it's in stock,

 

http://www.taiwangun.com/en/shotgun-m56a-ee?from=listing&campaign-id=19

 

I've got the short barrelled stockless version and it works great but I do wish I'd got one with a stock. There's a tutorial on youtube on how to change the extendible stock version by fitting an M4 buffer tube and stock which apparently helps with the wobble although I don't know anybody personally who's tried it to find out for definite.

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Like ronny, I also prefer this style:

http://www.taiwangun.com/en/shotgun-m56a-ee?from=listing&campaign-id=19

 

Cut the pistol grip part off behind the trigger, wrap the damage/cut section in sniper tape and it just looks a lot better (in my opinion) and a bit like a Remmington.

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