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Type Shotgun
Place of origin  USA
Production history
Designer Mark Serbu
Manufacturer Serbu Firearms
Produced 1996—Present
Weight 1.8 kg (4 lb)
Length 419 mm (16.5 in)
Barrel length 165 mm (6.5 in)

Cartridge 12 (3") and 20 (3") Gauge
Action Pump action
Feed system 2-shot magazine tube
Sights None

The Super-Shorty is a compact, stockless, pump-action shotgun chambered in 12-gauge (2¾ and 3").[1] Most production models are based on the Mossberg Maverick 88 shotgun, though some are made from Mossberg 500 and Remington 870 receivers.[2][3] The shotgun features a spring-loaded, folding foregrip.[4] A 20-gauge model is available on special order.[4]

In the United States, civilian ownership transfers of the shotgun require a $5 tax stamp and registration as an "Any Other Weapon" (AOW) to be in compliance with the National Firearms Act.[5][6] As the weapon is originally manufactured without a shoulder stock, it is considered a smooth-bore handgun, and thus an AOW, rather than a short-barrelled shotgun.[6]

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