Very Rare - Tanaka Works
M1897 Riot TEXAS Shotgun
M1897 Trench Gun Video
Not many of these were made back in 1993 when they were last produced.
This one is in very good condition, unfired, like new!! Photos above is of the actual M1897 for sale.
The Tanaka M1897 functions Exactly like the real thing, with genuine wood stock and foregrips.
Includes original box, original instructions, Six 12 gauge Tanaka shotgun cartridges (1 box) unfired!
Each cartridges takes 2x 7mm PFC primer caps (not included) for the bang, smoke and sparks!
Construction: Metal, wood, heavyweight abs
Open Barrel for venting smoke
Chamber capacity: 6 + 1
We ship internationally. Any questions please ask away! : firstname.lastname@example.org
PFC Primer caps: €11.00 / £8.50 per box (1 box = 100 PFC caps) These are needed to make the bang and smoke
The Winchester 1897 riot gun, a shorter version of the infamous 1897 Trench Gun, was a favourite of many US law enforcement agencies, especially the Texas agencies including the Texas rangers. Its 6+1 shell capacity made this one of the most feared shotguns of its day
"Riot gun" was a common term for a police shotgun, birdshot might be fired into a riotous crowd to force it to disperse, which is how police shotguns came to be referred to as "riot guns.”
Though shotguns are usually loaded with some kind of multiple projectile buckshot, there is a single bullet, called a rifled slug that is designed specifically for use in a shotgun.
Since a shotgun is a smooth-bore weapon, rifled slugs have twisty ridges cut into the side of the projectile to give it some spin as it exits the weapon, thus theoretically enhancing accuracy.
While not exactly the last word on pinpoint accuracy, is a hellacious medium-range carbine-style weapon