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Franchi S.P.A.S 12 - Used
Item Number: 12735
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The Franchi SPAS-12 is a combat shotgun manufactured by
Italian firearms company Franchi from 1979 to 2000. Production stopped fully in
the year 2000 in favour of the newer, enhanced version, the SPAS-15, however,
production of the SPAS-15 ceased in 2005, meaning there are currently no SPAS
shotguns being produced. Only five percent (about 1,850) of the estimated
Franchi SPAS 12 shotguns manufactured were imported into the United States. The
SPAS-12 is a dual-mode shotgun, adjustable for semi-automatic or pump-action
operation. The SPAS-12 was sold to military and police users worldwide on the
civilian market, and has been featured in many movies, TV shows and video
The appearance and intended purpose of the SPAS-12 initially
led to its "Military" designation as a Combat Shotgun. The SPAS-12
was designed from the ground up as a rugged military shotgun and it was named
the Special Purpose Automatic Shotgun. In 1990 Franchi renamed the shotgun to
the Sporting Purpose Automatic Shotgun, this allowed continued sales to the
United States as a limited-magazine-capacity, fixed-stock model until 1994.
Following the United States Federal Assault Weapons Ban, imports of SPAS-12
shotguns were stopped into the United States. In September 2004 the ban had
expired, but Franchi had ended production in 2000 of the SPAS-12 to focus on
the manufacturing of the Franchi SPAS-15 model.**
**Information provided by Wikipedia
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I've been looking out for one of these since I met Sarah Connor.
(Agoura Hills, CA)
4/7/2016 4:44 PM
Yes boys and girls, just add the folding buttstock and drum magazine and you have the original terminator gun.... semi auto fire or easily modified to full auto if you're outside the USA or have not yet embraced the felony-free lifestyle. Owning one of these will make you exactly who every gun-control wackjob wants to send to the rape cage in your local holding tank.