UTS 15 Shotgun

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A rare “drama-free” Shooting and showing of the futuristic-looking, 15-round UTS 15 from UTAS.

The UTS-15 was developed as a result of a request to UTAS made by Smith & Wesson in 2006 to develop “the ultimate police shotgun”. Smith & Wesson’s criteria for the shotgun were: 12 Gauge, pump-action, less than 30″ overall length, and 13-round minimum capacity.

The following features are standard on all UTS-15 models:

Bullpup design: pistol grip and trigger are located forward of the barrel breech and action assembly. This allows for the same barrel length as a traditional shotgun but shortens the overall length of the weapon.

Top mounted picatinny rail: allows for the mounting of a wide variety of iron and optical sights.Twin magazine tubes: set above the barrel to allow for easy access to the loading ports.

Alternating or select tube feed: a selector switch located on the top of the tube/barrel assembly allows for use of multiple ammo types (i.e.: buckshot and birdshot; buckshot and rubber pellets; etc.).

Built-in laser/light controls: the right side of the grip is reserved for controls (a button) for controlling the optional light and laser assembly.
Threaded barrel: Beretta-style barrel threading for choke tubes allows the UTS-15 to be adapted for any situation and a range of attachments.

Accessories and optional equipment for the UTS-15 (as listed by UTAS USA):
Front and rear sight assembly: machined from a solid billet of 7000 series ordinance aluminum with matte black anodized finish these sights are elevation and windage adjustable.

Tactical Choke Tube: machined from 4140 ordinance grade steel and matte black oxide finished. This choke features muzzle spikes and gas ports for breeching. Also considered a choked cylinder it can be used for firing slugs as well as buck shot.

7.5″ Barrel Extension: machined from 4140 ordnance grade steel with a matte black oxide finish. This attachment is threaded to screw into the UTS-15 barrel (like the Tactical Choke Tube).

Red Laser/Flashlight Unit: the laser/flashlight unit is specially designed for the UTS-15 shotgun. The flashlight casts a 200 lumen lens focused beam when switched on (using the integrated control button on the grip). The laser is high-intensity and adjustable for both windage and elevation. The machined aluminum housing for the laser/flashlight holds two lithium batteries and is specifically designed to slide into the barrel retaining tube in the lower stock below the barrel where it is held in place by the barrel retaining cap.

The UTAS provided set comes with the necessary equipment for mounting the assembly into the shotgun.



arif yavuz gökçimen says:

Made in Turkey

Gla Gla says:

+Harambe Brotherhood wut?

yiğit mehmet erdal says:

heryerdeyiz kardeş

Omar Zamir says:

yeee türkıyeeee

Emre Duman says:

üzülerek söylüyorum ki silahı tasarlayan kişi utaşta çalışan amerikalı biriymiş 😀

The Great Ammuraf says:

I use this in battlefield 4 so I’m pretty much an expert hickock, hit me up if you have any questions

scheerBOM says:

How does somenone manage to get bullied in the comment section of youtube

sonyviva308 says:

lol I like your picture

Ugur Dailli says:

+sonyviva308 who do u mean?

Jeffrey Wilson says:

Did you have any problems with this gun, I watched a lot of other reviews of this gun failing to eject and failing to feed a new round.

hickok45 says:

IT worked pretty well for us, but as I think I point out in the video, it’s easy to short shuck and get hung up if you’re not really careful how you operate it.

Jeffrey Wilson says:

Thanks for the reply

Google spies on you says:

hickok45 In layman’s term: stick with the S&W .44 Magnum!! (:

fkn blazed says:

they fixed it with the new gens

김아솔 says:

Jeffrey Wilson 잘

SlabGizor117 says:

Why not pick up the round you dropped? 🙁

hickok45 says:

Yeah, we could just quit shooting periodically and pick up trash and such, too, during the video. So what if the videos ends up 60 minutes long; picking up stuff is WAY more exciting to see in a video than shooting and information about the firearm. 🙂

SlabGizor117 says:

Uhh, well thanks for the reply I guess, if not the sarcasm.. I was just thinking you might forget that you have a live shell sitting on the ground, that’s what I would do, so it’d make me wanna pick it up right away. I’m not saying to pick up spent shells or anything, I hear every step you take on your pile of shells, but I’m just talking about the live round you dropped.

I do appreciate taking the time to answer the question, though!

Icor says:

You don’t want to put potentially dirty rounds into the firearm, since it can cause malfunctions.

Ugur Dailli says:

I can recommend u the MPT 76 a very nice riflle

월양 Dubai says:

so cool!!! I used it in CSOnline.??

Ilker Tancan says:

in bf4 its op

Richard Lohmann says:

is that legal in California

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murox sokan says:

made in türkey

Wright Marshall says:

How do you keep the shells from falling out like in the beginning of the video?

우승상 says:

Wow this uts

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박준영 says:

눈치없는현우 ㅋㅋ

박준영 says:

눈치없는현우 스솔

안동현 says:


Bf 109 K-4 says:


godofacorns says:

Might be one of the Ultimate shotguns on the market. Life is good.

The Not-So-Famous Itsuka Shidou says:

UTS 15 vs AA 12

라 라 says:

오! 우타스

강유정 says:


Vitor Leal says:

Esse coroa devia participar do filme
“Red- Aposentados e perigosos”

Rax Savvage says:

avatar 2… yes still waiting on that hickok 🙁

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