Sol Invictus Arms and Tactical Superiority Release AA-12 Shotgun

Melbourne, FL – Sol Invictus Arms with Tactical Superiority, Inc. is proud to announce the release of the AA-12 shotgun. This venerable, proven shotgun is a new addition to the Sol Invictus Arms product offering. With several improvements, changes to manufacturing processes and enhanced variants catering to the civilian market, this shotgun, once only available to law enforcement and military is now being re-released to the general public.

Originally designed by Max Atchisson, the design was sold in 1987, and the AA-12 underwent more than 100 changes made by Boje Cornils enabling a fully functional and reliable firearm. Now Boje Cornils is working with Tactical Superiority, Inc. and Sol Invictus Arms, to bring this amazing firearm to the masses. Not only will the production models include new and improved versions of the already known AA-12 in a full auto configuration for military and law enforcement, it will now include a never before seen, 100% legal semi-automatic version for the civilian market. The newly available AA-12 represents significant improvement over past production techniques, including improved design elements, and  is now available at a significantly more consumer friendly price point.

“We’re proud to be a part of the legacy of the infamous AA-12 Shotgun and happy to be able to bring a civilian version to market.” Said Michael Conn, President and CEO of Tactical Superiority, Inc. when asked for comment.

The first release of the AA-12 will be a pre-sale offering, available on initially and followed on a few weeks later as a limited edition called the “Boje Signature” model. Each edition will be limited to 1000 shotguns. Expected delivery will be in December of 2018.

You can find these limited edition firearms on the respective sites ( and  for pre-purchase.

5 Responses to “Sol Invictus Arms and Tactical Superiority Release AA-12 Shotgun”

  1. tcba_joe says:

    They’ve only unsuccessfully been trying to sell this to the DoD for 46 years…

    Finally trying to cash in with the civilian market is what happens when you realize the producers of Modern Weapons lied about your super weapon being the next big thing.

  2. Adun says:

    So, what were the failings of this weapons system? I remember watching videos about it back in the day, and it was featured on Future Weapons, but I always thought its failings were more on the business side than with the weapon itself.

    • P.J. says:

      I think it mostly has to do with the fact that there’s little need for an auto shotgun.

  3. TD says:

    If it’s reliable, seems they could make some money selling to Open division 3 gunners

  4. datamaggot says:

    Wow, this would have been awesome news, like 14 years ago. Better, ergonomic options are available now.