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EAA Acker Churchill 612 is the perfect home defense pump-action shotgun, imported by European American Armory and manufactured by Acker. You’ll notice that this shotgun fits into the traditional ideology that Henry Big Boy should be an emotional defensive shotgun. Also, you will see that the barrel has an 18.5 barrel that is threaded for moveable chokes, a feature not often found on small barreled defensive shotguns. Stock & Friend is made with a super durable polymer, and everything has a standard black finish.
The Churchill 612 or 620 Pump Action Combo includes the Churchill 12GA 3″ shotgun with a standard grip stock made from super durable polymer and an 18.5-inch barrel with a fixed steel front site. In this configuration, the Churchill 612 or 620 is ideal for home defenses and can be moved with great force in tight spaces such as hallways or stairwells. Buy EAA Akkar Churchill 612 12 Gauge Pump Action Shotgun 18.5″ Barr online.
EAA Akkar Churchill 612 Pistol Grip Pump Action Shotgun (Matt Black) Specs and Features:
- EAA 111380
- pump-action shotgun
- 12 gauge
- 3″ chamber (2-3/4″ socket and 3′ cartridge)
- Five cartridges (2-3/4″ shot)
- 18.5″ barrel
- Pistol grip configuration
- Short maneuverable barrel
- Perfect for home defense.
- Ghost Ring Sight
- Picatinny Rail
- Super-tough polymer pistol grip stock
- Super durable polymer handguard
- steel barrel/receiver
- Threaded Movable Choke Tube
- 14.25″ full length
- Overall length 37.5.”
- matte black finish
Pump action or slide action is a repeating firearm action that is operated manually by moving a sliding handguard on the gun’s forestock. When shooting, the sliding forend is pulled rearward to eject any expended cartridge and typically to cock the hammer/striker, and then pushed forward to load (chamber) a new cartridge into the chamber. Most pump-action firearms use an integral tubular magazine, although some do use detachable box magazines. Pump-action is typically associated with shotguns, although it has been used in rifles and other firearms as well.
Because the forend is manipulated usually with the support hand, a pump-action gun is much faster than a bolt-action and somewhat faster than a lever-action, as it does not require the trigger hand to be removed from the trigger while reloading. Also because the action is cycled in a linear fashion, it creates less torque that can tilt and throw the gun off aim when repeat-firing rapidly.