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VIDEO Gun Porn: Unbelievable 15 Shot Turkish Shotgun Complete and Total Fail Gun Review
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    Gun Porn: Unbelievable 15 Shot Turkish Shotgun Complete and Total Fail Gun Review

    For anyone who was fretting about not having the latest plastic and aluminum Wunder Boomer, this video will make you feel alot better about hanging on to your current shotgun. The UTS-15 is giving boat anchors a bad name,

    Published on Dec 13, 2012

    Get ready for some huge laughs as we attempt to run the UTAS UTS-15 for the first time. But what's not so funny is how bad it is. This is not some silly setup as some have suggested in the comments just a fresh-from-box shooting test of the gun.

    The hype on this gun is just that and just like I always do, I shred it. I depart from group think and go after the truth in my testing...no matter how shocking it may be. TacticalDoodle and myself had high hopes for this futuristic piece billed by many as the latest design in "rugged combat shotguns." Hardly.

    There are lots of laughs and jokes in this Nutnfancy basic edit but the jokes is really on the UTS-15...it needs a lot of work and should have never been released like this. Watch my full review that will cover lots of other glaring mistakes in this design.

    ////////////////////////Nutnfancy Likability Scale: NOT RECOMMENDED////////////////

    Info: I actually don't know exactly why this UTS-15 sucked here and as you can see this new-from-box had several functional problems. I doubt anything was mechanically broken as you see a good string fired. But as in other epic fails in TNP, even favored guns [like Ruger SR-9] I show it. We purchased this UTS-15 direct from dealer who sold it as new and it looked completely unfired or tampered with when we got it.
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    The beauty of this video is how things just get worse, and worse, and worse, and worse.


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    Wow, what a piece of junk.
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    from the point of view of a pesky raven all you humans should trade your 870 in and get one of these
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    Didn't Spishack make those for awhile? You know the makers of such favorites as the Bass-O-matic and the Bag-O-Glass...
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    These should definitely be sold to Pakistan and other 'allies'. Surest way to get them in the hands of Al Quaida.
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    I think DHS should order a few thousand of them. Looks like its just their speed
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    Must be the same people that made the Turkish auto-loader I have.

    It's sitting under the bed in a pile of dust waiting for a gun buy-back.

    Imagine have it doing that when the door-kickers come knocking.

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    Must be a source of comfort for the operator of the UTS-15 that he would be completely outgunned by someone armed with a peashooter.

    Seriously...we should sell this "combat shotgun" to al Qaeda.


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    Well, my 870 doesn't do that, never has, and no doubt never will.

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    It's a good gun for the "other guy" to have.

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    Good Lord, what a piece of sh*t!

    I'll take a beat-to-hell Remington 870 or Mossy 500/590 any day of the week and consider myself the luckiest guy on earth on top of that!

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    watched the video,

    that was really dissapointing, that thing loooked really cool, but, one of the reasons I enjoy nutns videos he does try to do fair tests


    notice how that thing flips the empties around but dont eject, then it tries to go back in to battery,

    although, a rem 1100 will do that very same thing, cost me alot of time at a informal 3 gun shoot, thing was it was a light load,mixed in with the other loads, that were proven in that action

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    Quote Originally Posted by cooter View Post
    that was really dissapointing, that thing loooked really cool, but, one of the reasons I enjoy nutns videos he does try to do fair tests


    notice how that thing flips the empties around but dont eject, then it tries to go back in to battery,

    although, a rem 1100 will do that very same thing, cost me alot of time at a informal 3 gun shoot, thing was it was a light load,mixed in with the other loads, that were proven in that action
    in an auto, I can certainly see that load power will play a role in functioning. In a pump, though..... There are some serious issues with the shell handling architecture, esp the shell lifter and the feed paths between mag tubes.

    I am no gunsmith, but even I can see that, were one to purchase this thing with an eye toward getting it to run, it would be a rough go to get things timed properly. It doesn't look like an easy fix, that's for sure.
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    20 the cover that kept popping up,

    seems thats a really serious issue, it appears tha feed paths rely on the cover to feed, not a good solid set up by anymeans, my bet would be you would have make up stiffer components in the feed area to even get a start on the problem,

    gotta say nutn had more patience with that thing than I would have

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    Someone with that shotgun is outclassed by an old single barrel single shot shotgun.

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    The UTS-15 works really well in COD MW-II?

    Must be shooter error!

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    What it looks like to me is that the action depends entirely on gravity. That IMO is a mistake. With that complex of a feed path, the round should be under positive pressure all the time, as should the empty case being ejected.

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    I'll take the Winchester Model 12 Trench and Viet Nam Tunnel Rat shotgun with flachetts over this piece of shit.

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    Wow, they could call that POS the government model since it works as well and reliably as government.
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    We found a lot of dead BG's who got it while they were trying to unravel those wind-up round drum magazines on AK-47's. If you are going to war you have to have dependable equipment. To send troops into combat with something that doesn't work is murder.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SIRR1 View Post
    The UTS-15 works really well in COD MW-II?

    Must be shooter error!

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    I don't think so...here's a list:

    http://www.themodernwarfare2.com/mw2...pons/shotguns/

    I can never find the TAR in a really useful place like Favela-kind of slow loading even combat loading.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrJerry View Post
    We found a lot of dead BG's who got it while they were trying to unravel those wind-up round drum magazines on AK-47's. If you are going to war you have to have dependable equipment. To send troops into combat with something that doesn't work is murder.
    I have one-it would be first in the dumped. Your observation besides the weight and them being unwieldy, is why I never got more.

    A few pre-wound in a hunker in situation maybe but useless for more than a shoot and run to get out of the middle of a hundred zombies.

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    Looks like an imperfect copy of a KSG.
    The extractor was hanging the empty hulls against the ejection port - almost like they were trying to run 3" shells in a 2-3/4" platform - but I did see capacity numbers for both sizes. Apparently it really, really needs some tuning.

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    K.I.S.S. That thing is a TOTAL P.O.S.

    That's what happens when you try to add more bells and whistles than common sense allows.

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    that's one scary looking single shot they came up with!!!

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    Looks like the Turks had someone reverse engineer a NEO STEAD and smear an extra level of tac tic cool on it.
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    I especially liked the reference to the Chauchat machine gun!
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    Looks like a Kel-Tec rip-off.

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    .. great replies ..

    to: Senator Diane Feinstein, here's a weapon that SHOULD be banned!

    .. in the spirit of labeling such as the governemnt does, ex."Fast and Furious" the owner of this weapon would consider this P.O.S. "Slow and Furious".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dennis Olson View Post
    What it looks like to me is that the action depends entirely on gravity. That IMO is a mistake. With that complex of a feed path, the round should be under positive pressure all the time, as should the empty case being ejected.
    I think you are spot on Dennis. The distance and the angles the shell must travel are extreme. The way empties and loaded shells just bounce around willy nilly inside the feed cover is just crazy. The loaded rounds being fed into the chamber are not being retained at all times. Most evident by it's ability to flip a shell 180 degrees and still try to load it in the chamber.

    Also the "timing" is completely screwed up. Notice how often the top shell lands right on the empty as it is trying to eject. The UTS simply cannot be fired quickly.

    Timing is critical on a pump/auto shotgun. It is much more subtle than one would initially think. Look at a bottom eject Ithaca 37 or Browning BPS for the best example. They work very well but gunsmiths will tell you never to take one down completely because it will never work properly again, unless you completely understand what you are doing.

    Ultimately the UTS-15 is flat out dangerous. How many times did they try to eject a shell, nothing happened, try agian and then magically a shell ejects? That is way over the top.
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    But... but... but... it holds 15 rounds!

    Why does it matter if it works or not if it holds 15 rounds? AND it looks TOTALLY KEWL too! It's a bullpup and it's SHORT!

    You guys have a misplaced sense of priority, is all.

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    The video also illustrates the issues involved with a bullpup firearm.

    - Right hand use only.

    - Need to dismount the gun from your shoulder to examine the chamber area.

    - Smoke pouring out of the ejection port only inches from your eyes.

    - Do you -really- want a case head separation only an inch or two away from your face? Under a -plastic- dust cover for protecion?

    - Bottom eject might be an option but then ejected shells run the risk of fouling against clothing or webbing thus jamming the action.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Satanta View Post
    I don't think so...here's a list:

    http://www.themodernwarfare2.com/mw2...pons/shotguns/

    I can never find the TAR in a really useful place like Favela-kind of slow loading even combat loading.


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