The AAI Close Assault Weapon System (CAWS) was a creation of AAI Corporation for the Naval Weapons Support Center of Crane, Indiana and sponsored by the Joint Service Small Arms Program during the 1980s. It was developed around the concept of an automatic shotgun-type weapon firing flechette-based ammunition through two fire modes.
The Bernardelli B4 series of gas-operated, tactical combat shotguns was a semi-automatic system utilizing 12-gauge ammunition and designed exclusively for operations by military and security forces. The B4 came about as an answer to the United States JSSAP (Joint Service Small Arms Program) specification calling for a new type of semi-automatic shotgun.
The M1 Super 90 was initially released in the following forms: the M1 Super 90 Slug Gun with 18.5" barrel, 5-shot magazine and stock with integral grip, the similar M1 Super 90 Defense though with full stock and standalone pistol grip, the M1 Super 90 Slug Gun with 18.5" barrel, 5-shot magazine and ghost rings, the special license M1 Super 90 Entry Gun with 14" barrel, 5-shot magazine, full stock and standalone grip.
590A1™ Tactical Selected by the U.S. armed forces after passing the rigors of milspec qualification, the 590A1 is the duty weapon of choice for military and law enforcement agencies worldwide. FEATURES: MilSpec construction: the only pump action shotgun to pass MilSpec 3443E; Parkerized or Marinecote finishes on heavy-walled barrels; metal trigger guard and safety buttons.
The centerpiece is the VERSA MAX Tactical. The pinnacle of autoloader reliability is now available customized with a picatinny rail, foward barrel-clamp side rails and an extended magazine. When you're in the most demanding environments and every second counts, Remington's tactical shotguns give you the confidence and firepower to get the job done.