Shotguns

green block 3px

HeliBacon has an ever-growing selection of rare, unique, and historic fully automatic firearms for our guests to experience and enjoy.

Come to Texas and admire the sleek German engineering of our MP5s, feel the earth-shaking rumble of our M2 ‘Ma Deuce’ .50 caliber heavy machine gun, and zip off a full magazine in the blink of an eye with our Glock 18 machine pistol. Our vast arsenal has something for everyone, regardless of skill level.

HeliBacon shooting events are sure to “arm you” with a once-in-a-lifetime experience that you won’t soon forget.

View The Guns
arsenal divider2

Shotguns

KS12 Shotgun preview

Kalashnikov USA KS-12T

12 Gauge
Close
KS12 Shotgun full 02

Kalashnikov USA KS-12T

OriginUSACaliber12 GaugeCyclic Rate500

The Kalashnikov USA KS-12T is an American-made shotgun based on the Saiga-12. (If we can’t import it, we’ll make it ourselves. ‘Merica!) Think of it like a big AK-47, scaled up in size to fit a 12-gauge shotgun shell. HeliBacon’s KS-12T is full-auto converted with a chopped 13” barrel, and fitted to a SilencerCo Salvo-12 suppressor. It makes a big boom, but real quiet like. Some things are done for necessity or convenience, and other things are done just for fun. A suppressed, full-auto, 12-gauge shotgun fits pretty squarely in the latter category.

“Is that a compensator on the end? No it’s a suppressor. We’re not compensating for anything.” – HeliBacon

Vepr FP

VEPR-12

12 Gauge
Close
VEPR HP

VEPR-12

OriginRussiaCaliber12 GaugeCyclic Rate400

Originally produced by Molot-Oruzhie Ltd, the VEPR-12 is patterned after the Kalashnikov rifle, but built on the heavier and elongated RPK light machine gun receiver to accommodate the size and power of the 12 gauge cartridge. It can be loaded with detachable box or drum magazines in various sizes and is intended to compete with the Saiga-12 shotgun produced by Izhmash.

“Admittedly, the recoil of full auto 12 gauge is punishing, and we aren’t aware of a single practical use. Still, everyone wants to check that box.” – HeliBacon