Little Armory AA-12

October 30, 2017 at 22:07 | Posted in Little Armory | 2 Comments
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Little Armory AA-12 shotgun

The AA-12 is a fully automatic shotgun, and the first shotgun for the Little Armory series. I can’t remember seeing the AA-12 in any movies, except maybe in 2010’s Predators.

Anyway, the kit comes with two types of barrels, a forward grip with flashlight, a standard magazine, a drum magazine and a couple of shotgun shells. The drum mag has a back cover made of clear plastic.

Since the design was rather bland, I decided to give the AA-12 a camo paintjob. First I sprayed navy blue as the base layer. Then I applied some camo patterns using Mr Masking Sol. The applicator brush was too big, so I used a toothpick to apply the camo patterns. Then I sprayed German Gray over it. The barrels were painted with silver. I also hand painted the shells with enamel paints, but I left them on the runner.

Here’s the size comparison with the M870 shotgun (coming up next).

And now some detail shots:

And action poses:

 

Final thoughts:
Superficially, the design of the AA-12 may look quite basic, but at the same time quite unique. Most people would probably recognize it just by its silhouette.
The kit itself is well detailed, complete with debossed text on the buttstock & magazine. There’s plenty of swappable parts too. The clear plastic on the drum mag was also a nice touch.
And it fits the hands of Mr Skeleton and the GM, so posing it was no problem at all. So overall, the AA-12 is a pretty solid kit.

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  1. Wow, those are really good details on kit that small
    D:

    • I think so , they look so beautiful and nice


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