Like the MKA 1919, the semi-automatic MKA 1923 is built in Turkey by Husan Arms and provides a compact, hard-hitting platform that can be easily maneuvered and handles better than many traditional shotguns. The gun is fed from a detachable five-round magazine, which locks into the rear of the stock with a latch located on the forward edge of the magazine well. Simply pull the latch to release the magazine.
The top of the gun features a continuous Picatinny-rail mount perfect for mounting a red-dot sight. The gun ships with removable iron sights, which are fully adjustable, allowing users to tune their point of aim for slug use. Safety-wise, the MKA 1923 is constructed with a trigger-blocking safety that renders the firing mechanism immobile while engaged. The stock is constructed from durable nylon, and the butt-end of the gun is topped with a rubber recoil pad to absorb the gun's punishing, 12-gauge kick.
Overall length on the EAA Corp. MKA 1923 measures in at 29.5 inches, and the gun is equipped with a 20-inch barrel. With the compact design and versatility of the bullpup-style shotgun, consumers can outfit the gun for a variety of roles, whether it's for home defense, competition or just range plinking. The suggested retail price on the gun is $769.