Akkar Mammut 312 Silver 3 Barrel Shotgun 12G
Exclusively distributed in the UK by Edgar Brothers, the Akkar Triple Crown boasts a quirky three-barrel set-up. Two barrels sit side-by-side, while a further third barrel sits above - giving the sight plane of a single-barrelled or over-and-under shotgun, making it extremely easy to shoot.
The three barrels are all fired by a single mechanically operated trigger. Each barrel is also fitted with an individual Remington choke, allowing the shooter to make use of three separately adjusted chokes in the same gun.
Weighing in at under 9lb, the Triple Crown is well balanced and light enough to be used as a field gun.
- Model- Mammut 312
- Gauge- 3 x 12ga 3" (76mm) Magnum
- Stocks- Select walnut oily finish
- Receiver- Steel, surface hardened
- Barrel finish- Matte Bluing
- Trigger- Single (right-left-top)
- Ejection- Extractor
- Safety- Manual
- Chokes- 5 mobile chokes
- Sights- 7mm vent rib, fiber optic sight
- Barrel lenght- 71 cm (28")
- Length of pull- 365 mm
- Drop at heel- 60 mm
- Drop at comb- 36 mm
- Overall length- 116 cm
- Weight- 3.75 kg
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AKKAR MAMMUT 312 SILVER 3 BARREL SHOTGUN 12G
It was the year 1985 when Akkar was first founded as a small manufacturing facility in Istanbul that focused entirely on producing parts for the shotgun and automobile industries. Doors to the international gun industry became wide open shortly after it started producing and distributing the first pump-action and gas-operated semi-automatic shotguns, Altay, in 1992. This unarguably paved the path for other Turkish gun manufacturers to establish business deals with American Colleagues and elsewhere around the world.
Along the way, Akkar partnered with other names and began producing break open shotguns under its own Churchill brand. When its lightweight 206 series launched in 2005, with its classical look and ergonomic features, the Akkar brand was propelled into the mainstream of gun manufacturers. Its reputation was assured with the arrival of the Mammut 300 series, the much-talked-about threebarreled shotguns. And in 2012, Akkar introduced the 800 series, which furthered their momentum in the international gun market.
Today Akkar’s shotgun collection includes a well-balanced offering of sporting, hunting and tactical designs that are produced in different gauges and calibers under 14 registered trademarks including Mammut, Churchill, Altay, Karatay, Maxi-Mag, M-2000, Armstrong, Apache, Komanchi, Poseidon and Polaris.
Akkar’s production ethic proudly follows The Sporting Arms and Ammunition Manufacturers’ Institute (SAAMI) standards and also tested and recognized by CIP (International Proof Commission) standards for being compatible with steel shots as environmental awareness is rapidly rising against lead pellets polluting the nature.