Of the guns I shot at SHOT show Media Day, the competition version of MKA1919 impressed me the most. It was the most transparent clay-busting device ever — I hit 9 of 9 with it though I am a lousy wingshooter. Felt recoil was minimal enough to ignore (below that of a 20ga Remington 1100), it pointed great with an EOTech sight and the ergonomics were just right. So despite the bitter cold and strong wind, I first broke several clays, then figured out that I don’t have to overthink the process and smoked the rest into dust. Five and ten round magazines that load like AR15, familiar interface and — did I mention that, no real recoil — made me hold onto that shotgun like it was my precioussssss. Must have looked funny because everyone around grinned with me.
They are at booth #2825.
Also worth seeing, the Tavors at IWI booth #15238.
More as I get around the show floor and as I transcribe my Media Day notes.