American Tactical Introduces Nomad Turkey Shotgun

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posted on March 24, 2020
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American Tactical (ATI) has introduced a turkey-hunting version of its portable Nomad Shotgun. The Nomad Turkey Shotgun is a lightweight single-shot, with a foldable design that makes it easy to tote to your favorite turkey spot. Available in 12-gauge, 20-gauge or .410-bore, the 12- and 20-gauge versions are available with 2 3/4- or 3-inch chambers, while .410-bore comes in either 2 1/2 or 3-inch variants. All models of the shotgun feature a 23-inch vent-ribbed barrel, with a folding break-open action and a fiber-optic front sight. The gun also comes with a see-through saddle mount, as well as XX Full and Modified choke tubes. Finally, a camouflage finish ensures the shotgun keeps a low profile, and stays nicely hidden in the field. For more information on the Nomad Turkey Shotgun, please visit americantactical.usMSRP: $169.95

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