EAA showcases MKA 1923 Bullpup Shotgun

The MKA 1923 offers a bullpup design that is compact and easy to handle, according to EAA. (Photo: EAA)

European American Armory Corporation launches the MKA 1923 Bullpup Shotgun from Husan Arms.

Offering a 12-gauge design, the bullpup shotgun delivers a trigger block safety, removable sights and fully adjustable rear sights. The shotgun also features a Picatinny rail for accessories and optics. EAA says the 1923 Bullpup Shotgun, just like its sibling the MKA 1919, offers a magazine-fed semi-automatic system.

The MKA 1923 offers adjustable rear sights and a Picatinny rail. (Photo: EAA)

“Its overall design is compact, but it can definitely pack a punch,” EAA said in a press release. “The MKA 1923 combines the speed and maneuverability of a traditional bullpup with the stopping power of the quintessential shotgun. Making this compact beast the perfect tool for home protection, 3 gun competition or even just some fun on the range.”

The MKA 1923, which EAA calls an “easy handling” shotgun, tops its design off with a rubber butt plate and reinforced nylon stock. Measuring 29.5-inches in overall length, the MKA 1923 is available from dealers nationwide with an MSRP of $769.

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