The TS-1 (Tactical Shotgun 1st model) is a 12 Gauge shotgun made by Accurafire Manufacturing Company. It is Accurafire's first ever shotgun. It is semi-automatic and has 4 Picatinny Rails. It comes with fixed front and rear sights. It can be fed from a magazine and comes with a five round magazine but 6 and 8 round magazines can be ordered. It can be tube fed as well. It was made to be used by the U.S. Armed Forces. It is currently not used by any armed force/military, but SWAT (Special Weapons And Tactics) is currently looking into it to replace the Remington 870 as their standard-issue shotgun. It is currently competing against the AFA SDMS-12.

Features Edit

Features of the TS-1 include:


The TS1 loaded with a 5-round magazine along with a loaded magazine below it.

-Light trigger pull for a high semi-automatic fire rate

-Many internal recoil reducing components, as in all Accurafire weapons

-Retractable Stock

-5-8 round magazines

-4 rails for mounting accessories

Specifications Edit

Weight: 7.75 pounds unloaded

Length: 32.5 inches

Effective Range: 50.2m

Price (U.S): $700

Ammunition: 12 Gauge

Ammo Capacity: 4+1 tube, 5-8 round magazines.