ATI Alpha Shotguns

ATI Alpha Field

American Tactical Imports (ATI) was showing a pair of new shotguns at the recent NASGW show in Little Rock, Arkansas. The new Alpha shotguns are semi-auto guns that use an inertia recoil system.

Two models will be offered initially. The Sport model has a polymer stock and fore arm. It has a 26″ vented barrel. The Field model will have a walnut stock and forearm with a 28″ vented barrel.

ATI Alpha Sport

Both models will be offered in 12 gauge (3″ chamber) with 20 gauge and 410 bore being possibilities at a later date. Both models will have a fiber optic front sight.

The guns should be ready for sale in 2015. The Field model will retail for $549.95 while the Sport version will sell for $499.95.



Richard Johnson

An advocate of gun proliferation zones, Richard is a long time shooter, former cop and internet entrepreneur. Among the many places he calls home is http://www.gunsholstersandgear.com/.


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  • Let me guess… Made in Turkey?

    • JumpIf NotZero

      Probably. The appear to be Benelli m1 clones. I would take one of these over a 930 based on how the action works alone.

  • ghost

    The ad is back.

  • JumpIf NotZero

    Wasn’t even going to give them a second look until I saw it’s based on the Benelli m1/m2 action.

    Interested now.

  • Cymond

    I wish ATI wouldn’t rebrand & relabel everything. It makes it harder to research the manufacturer.
    I never know what to think about imported guns. It’s good if they come from a good source. I wouldn’t hesitate to buy a gun made by a reputable foreign company, but when that company is masked, I feel doubt & suspicion until I find evidence of quality.

  • thedonn007

    I have an ATI TAC SX2, which is made by Ottoman guns in Turkey. It is supposed to be a clone of the CZ 712. I have not fired it yet to report on how well it works though.

  • valorius

    Benelli m1 goodness.

    • JumpIf NotZero

      Yea I kinda wonder about parts compatibility.

      • valorius

        Ive owned three kinds of benelli m1 variants, a 1200 and 1201 sp beretta, an hk, and a benelli, they all use the same mechanism, though the details may be slightly different.

        • JumpIf NotZero

          Yea. It’s the details (stocks, handguards) that I’m interested in 😉