I've been holding out for a tan/FDE KSG for the last few months as they were on backorder, and mine came in earlier this week. KSG stands for Kel-Tec Shot Gun and is a compact pump action bullpup design that holds seven 2 3/4" shells in each of it's tubes plus one in the chamber for a total of 15 rounds. It will also hold one less 3" shell in each tube for a total of 13 rounds. It does all this in a compact 26" length and weighs 6.9 lbs unloaded. Kel-Tec is a company known for innovative designs and as such things go are hit and miss. They make some very well thought out and reliable firearms as well as some that are marginal at best or even pure crap. The KSG has stood the test of time and is probably their best design so far. Here are some stock photos so you get an idea of how it's laid out. The front view is very intimidating with the twin magazines. The KSG comes in several colors besides black and tan. If I wasn't headed to desert country I'd have gone with OD Green I'm planning a few mods to mine based on some research and preference: Sights: added my standard Troy folders w/ HK style front last night. Reinforced metal picatinny rail for the hand guard. test fit this last night and will loct tite this weekend VG or AFG added to the hand guard. I played around with these last night and am leaning towards the AFG. IMO some sort of hand stop is required to prevent your hand from getting in front of the muzzle during rapid fire. There is a notable incident where a fellow using an airsoft grip lost part of his hand when the grip broke during rapid fire. Recoil pad - slipped on Pachmeyer Decellerator last night. Not sure if this will stay. Extended mag selector Metal magazine followers - as shipped the followers are plastic. Replacing them "just because". Thumb activated 800 lumin light for that blinded deer in the headlight look for things that go "don't shoot!!!" in the night Muzzle brake I'll post with pictures as I go through the mods over the next week or so as parts show up, then will follow up with observations about the strong and weak points of this firearm.