15+1 of 2 3/4″ 12ga in a semi-automatic Bullpup shotgun, the TS12 comes out swinging hard.
Technically the TS12 is chambered in 3″ 12ga and holds 12+1 rounds of 3″ shells but in all honesty I’m a fan of 2 3/4″ shells and being just as capable as slinging the slightly smaller 2 3/4″ shells (which most people are familiar with) I’m going to focus primarily on the more common 2 3/4″ shells. Spoiler alert, we had zero malfunctions with 3″ buck and slugs.
I prefer the 2 3/4 because modern loads accomplish just about everything a 3″ can for my applications and you get a higher capacity.
When switching between 2 3/4″ and 3″ shells you should change your gas setting from L to H. From my experience with buck and slugs, you can run the 2 3/4″ high brass on the H setting with zero issues. The added benefit is reduced recoil since less gas is coming back.
This is another time when seeing is better than reading. You can find the full review on the 13C Gun Reviews Channel .