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Fusilier Commando de l’Air et un membre de l'USAF sur l'aéroport de Kandahar.JPG
Right of Fusiliers Commandos de l'Air carrying the FN TPS shotgun
Type Shotgun
Place of origin Belgium
Production history
Manufacturer FN Herstal
  • TPS Collapsible stock[1]
  • TPS Fixed stock[1]
  • 6 lb (2.7 kg) (Collapsible)[1]
  • 6.5 lb (2.9 kg) (Fixed)[1]
  • 35 in (89 cm) (Collapsible)[1]
  • 39.75 in (101.0 cm) (Fixed)[1]
Barrel length
  • 18 in (46 cm) (Collapsible)[1]
  • 18 in (46 cm) (Fixed)[1]

Cartridge 12-gauge (2.75" and 3")[2]
Action Pump-action[2]
Feed system Internal tube magazine, 7+1[2]
Sights M16A2 style front & rear[3]

The FN TPS (Tactical Police Shotgun) was a pump-action shotgun designed and manufactured by FN Herstal. It was based on the Winchester Model 1300 and used many similar features such as the ported barrel.[2] It also had many modern features including an adjustable stock, pistol grip, adjustable sights and, MIL-STD-1913 Picatinny rail.[2] The TPS features an M16A2 style front and rear sight. The sights are adjustable for both elevation and windage.[3]


  1. ^ a b c d e f g h Wagner, Scott W. (2011). Gun Digest Book of The Tactical Shotgun. Gun Digest Books, 2011. p. 205. ISBN 1440218951. 
  2. ^ a b c d e "HARDWARE - Fabrique Nationale Tactical Police Shotgun". Manhattan Shooting Excursions. Retrieved 23 December 2012. 
  3. ^ a b "Owner's Manual" (PDF). FN Herstal. Retrieved 23 December 2012. 

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