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Ljutic Industries Space Gun
This futuristic-looking trap gun includes many innovative features. The loading/ejection port of this single-shot bolt-action gun is on the bottom of the receiver, which both eases loading and enables shooters to catch empty shells for later re-loading. Its straight design channels recoil directly into the shoulder, which reduces muzzle jump, and a pistol grip adds directional control. A grip-mounted button serves as a trigger mechanism, and a speed lock minimizes firing delay. The high rib enables shooters to maintain a "heads-up" stance. The space gun also features interchangeable screw-in choke tubes.
Established in 1955, Ljutic Industries was initially known as the Ljutic Gun Company prior to 1960. The company produced a wide range of smoothbore models - marketing these unusual designs under names like Bimatic, Dynokic, and Dyna Bi Gun. Custom recoil reduction systems and tailored stock treaments are a general part of the Ljutic program.