Safir Arms AR style shotguns T-14

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Safir Arms AR style shotguns T-14

Post by dawoodq on Sun Jun 05, 2011 9:32 am

Type: semi-automatic
Gauge: .410 (36), 65 mm (2 1/2") chamber
Length: 960 mm (860mm for collapsible butt "S" models)
Barrel length: 510 mm (also 320 mm or 610 mm)
Weight 2.6 - 2.7 kg
Capacity: 5, 10 or 13 rounds in detachable box magazine
The T-14 shotgun is developed by Turkish company Safir Arms now present in USA as Safir Arms USA Willingboro NJ. It is broadly based on the famous Ar-15 / M16 rifle, but has several patented features necessary for reliable functioning with shotgun-type ammunition. At the present time it is offered in only one caliber, .410x65 (also known as 36 gauge, 2 /12 inch chamber). With .410 caliber bullet weighting 7.5 gram (116 grains) manufacturer claims muzzle velocity in 700 m/s (2,290 fps) range, providing muzzle energy of about 1,800 Joules (1,320 ft-lbs). The T-14 shotgun is semi-automatic only and is available in different barrel lengths to make it legal for civilian use

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T-14 Classic



T-14 Compact S




T-14 Compact


T-14 Upper ( useable with every AR Lower )



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Last edited by dawoodq on Mon Jun 06, 2011 7:22 am; edited 3 times in total (Reason for editing : corrected Magzine capacity)

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Re: Safir Arms AR style shotguns T-14

Post by Beladran on Sun Jun 05, 2011 10:00 am

Slug buck combo in that unit would be nasty

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Re: Safir Arms AR style shotguns T-14

Post by dawoodq on Sun Jun 05, 2011 10:08 am

Recommended Ammo sheet comes with the gun package. We recommend using proper Ammo.

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Re: Safir Arms AR style shotguns T-14

Post by NRA_guy on Sun Jun 05, 2011 2:37 pm

I have never heard .410 called "36 gauge"---but I've only been around guns for 64 years. Smile

Is that a common thing?

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Re: Safir Arms AR style shotguns T-14

Post by 22lrfan on Sun Jun 05, 2011 7:28 pm

NRA_guy wrote:I have never heard .410 called "36 gauge"---but I've only been around guns for 64 years. Smile

Is that a common thing?

You don't hear it a lot. This is what I shoot in my .410 SxS's.
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Re: Safir Arms AR style shotguns T-14

Post by bubbat on Sun Jun 05, 2011 7:33 pm

From Chuck Hawks .410 review
"The nominal bore of a .410 shotgun is.410 inch. Which is why it is properly called the .410 bore instead of the .410 gauge. In Europe it is sometimes called the 12mm, which is an inaccurate designation as a .410 bore has an actual diameter of approximately 10.4mm by metric measure. If the .410 had been named in the traditional fashion, by the number of lead balls .41 inch in diameter needed to make one pound, it would be about a 67-68 gauge. Many years ago it was also called the 36 gauge, and I have seen a picture of an old box of Remington shells marked "(36 GA.) .410-2 1/2 IN. (12 MM)." However, the "36 Gauge" designation was very inaccurate, as a true 36 gauge gun would actually have a .506 inch bore diameter."

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Re: Safir Arms AR style shotguns T-14

Post by NRA_guy on Sun Jun 05, 2011 8:48 pm

Thanks. I learned something today!

Wonder what the basis of the origins of the 36 gauge term is?

And I found this:

The .410 bore is unusual, being measured in inches, and would be approximately 67 "real" gauge, though its short hull versions are nominally called 36 gauge in Europe.

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410 GA Aluminum Uppers with aluminum

Post by dawoodq on Thu Apr 26, 2012 2:04 pm

Convert your rifles to 410 shotguns, Aluminum upper and guns are in stock now.
410 GA Aluminum Uppers with aluminum quad rails look great.

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Re: Safir Arms AR style shotguns T-14

Post by Bitwise on Fri Apr 27, 2012 11:05 am

Does it have a full auto carrier? Will it run reliably in full auto on an M16 lower?

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Re: Safir Arms AR style shotguns T-14

Post by dawoodq on Fri Apr 27, 2012 11:22 am

you can use any AR-15 lower. the gun is designed for Semi Auto.

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Re: Safir Arms AR style shotguns T-14

Post by bigdaddy on Mon Jun 11, 2012 10:49 pm

Sweet!!!!!

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Re: Safir Arms AR style shotguns T-14

Post by Lt.Dan on Mon Jun 11, 2012 10:53 pm

What's pricing?

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