Photo of the MTs 225 tactical revolver shotgun


I finally got hold of a photo of the tacti-awesome version of the KBP’s revolver shotgun. The gun was on display at the recent Interpolitex security expo in Moscow.

© Vitaly Kuzmin. Click to expand photo.

More info about this gun can be found here.

Many thanks to Vitaly Kuzmin for his help and the use of his photo.

Steve Johnson

Founder and Dictator-In-Chief of TFB. A passionate gun owner, a shooting enthusiast and totally tacti-uncool. Favorite first date location: any gun range. Steve can be contacted here.


  • Needs a different stock.
    Love the idea of a giant 12 gauge revolver shotgun to go with my Taurus Judge. 🙂

  • Puke, MTs-255 (in russian – МЦ-255) – produced in wood stock a long time ago, and it’s avaiable in different calibers – 12, 20, 410. – there’s a its owners opinions and impressions.

  • Tom

    Just in case anyone in Canada is wondering, revolver shotguns are considered semi-automatic and must be limited to five shells.

    • Tom, LOL, seriously? Semi-auto? Stupid idiots who write the rules.

  • Clodboy

    What’s with the flimsy stock?

    Looks like it would bend like crazy under the recoild of a 12 gauge.

  • Andrew

    Under our laws, if all it takes to cycle the action and fire another round is to pull the trigger, then it’s semiautomatic. It makes a sort of sense. If you had to cock the hammer manually it would fall under the other rules.

    Also, what’s that thing to the lower right?

  • It would be interesting to compare one of these with the old Street Sweepers. I wouldn;t own either as I prefer hunting guns, but it would be nice to shoot these once in a while for fun at a range.

  • With an M4 stock, 18″ barrel, a red dot, and a front pistol grip it would be a nice home defence shotgun. Maybe it is even less complicated for use than a traditional pump-action.

  • Kyle

    Why don’t they import these to the states?!