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Katelyn Francis, a 17 year old american girl from Missouri, is widely known for her excellent use of weapons since a young age. In an online video, where she was 13 years old, she shoots amazingly with 3 different guns, a full automatic ACR, 12 gauge Benelli M2 shotgun and a S&W M&P 9mm. For a girl at her age, handling these weapons with such mastery is pretty rare. The Remington ACR (Adaptive Combat Rifle) could be a standard automatic rifle designed by Magpul Industries of capital of Texas, Texas and was referred to as the Masada. In late Jan 2008, Bushmaster Firearms International entered into a contract with Magpul whereby Bushmaster would take over production, future development, and sales of the Masada. It was then known as the Bushmaster ACR. However, Remington Arms is contracted to manufacture the rifle for the US military and US law enforcement agencies. The Remington ACR was one of the weapons displayed to U.S. Army officials during an invitation-only Industry Day on November 13, 2008. The goal of the business Day was to review current rifle technology before writing formal necessities for a future replacement for the M4 rifle. it had been additionally a part of the Individual rifle competition to interchange the M4. Remington Arms is chargeable for the selective fireplace version of the ACR, whereas Bushmaster Firearms International is chargeable for the semi-automatic solely version. Benelli M2 semi-auto shotgun: The Hungerford killings back in 1989 caused variety of unwelcome changes to our gun laws, together with limitations on slide action and semi-automatic shotguns. At the time the quality capability for a semi-auto was 5 shots however new legislation reduced this to 3 – one within the chamber and 2 within the magazine. Then, as now, the new capability was too restrictive, particularly among gamekeepers and those of us concerned in rabbit and pigeon management. Twenty years on, the encouraging news is that if you have a good reason such as this it is still possible to buy and use a shotgun with large magazine capacity held on a firearm certificate.