American Tactical Introduces Road Agent Shotgun

American Tactical Introduces Road Agent Shotgun
American Tactical Introduces Road Agent Shotgun

American Tactical logoSummerville, SC-(Ammoland.com)- American Tactical, US manufacturer and world-wide importer of firearms, ammunition and tactical equipment, has expanded its Cavalry shotgun line with the new Road Agent 12-gauge shotgun.

The Road Agent's design has an updated twist with the classic external hammers side by side. The Road Agent features our Patent-Pending De-cocker System, an industry first for an external hammer shotgun.

The Road Agent auto-cocks both hammers when you break the barrel to load it. The Patent-Pending De-cocker Lever automatically sets the gun to the “Safe” position. Just move the de-cocker lever to the de-cock position and both hammers will drop without striking the firing pins. When ready to shoot, simply break the barrel to re-cock the hammers.

American Tactical Introduces Road Agent Shotgun
American Tactical Introduces Road Agent Shotgun

The Road Agent features an 18.5″ carbon steel barrel with black aluminum finish, aluminum receiver, intricate scroll engraving and hand finished wooden stock and forearm. The Road Agent also features double triggers to match its classic external hammer design, so you can shoot both barrels at once!

Specifications:

  • Barrel Length – 18.5”
  • Overall length – 35.4”
  • Weight – 5.3 lbs unloaded
  • Length of Pull from rear trigger – 14.75”
  • Length of Pull from front trigger – 15.5”
  • Drop at Heel – 2.25”
  • Drop at Comb – 1.75”
  • Stock – Hand fitted and finished Turkish Walnut
  • Front Sight – Bead
American Tactical Introduces Road Agent Shotgun
American Tactical Introduces Road Agent Shotgun

The Road Agent (ATIGKOF12RA) has an MSRP $599.95

  • 9 thoughts on “American Tactical Introduces Road Agent Shotgun

    1. I think most are missing the point. This shotgun was designed with Cowboy Action Shooting in mind. One of the issues with double hammered shotguns in the past was that it takes one or two more steps to fire. As the rules allow only two shells at a time and require at least one reload not having to cock the hammers makes this gun a viable candidate competition wise and it looks the part.

    2. I do like the hammers for looks, but would prefer hammerless with slide safety
      right in the middle behind the break down lever. Break down load, close, slide
      safety forward your ready for business.

      1. @Douglas White… I still have mine, my first shot gun . Yes carried it with hammers down cock in the motion to shoot.
        It has 32 inch barrels. The only disconcerting thing is after shooting when unloading I have found tiny fireing pin marks on the shell in the other barrel, but it never has fired simultaneously.

    3. So, it “auto-cocks both hammers when you break the barrel to load it”. Then you use the de-cocking lever to move the hammers to the “safe” position. Then, “when ready to shoot, simply break the barrels to re-cock the hammers”… I don’t know. I’m all for safety but that seems a bit of a pain in the a$$ to run a simple double side by side coach gun. I would think you’d want the hammers to remain down till ready to shoot (as usual) then just have to pull the hammers back, not have to break the barrels again.
      Just say’n… JP …

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