Tokarev USA TBP 12 12 Gauge Semi-Automatic Shotgun 18.5″ Barrel Black and Black Bullpup

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Tokarev USA TBP 12 12 Gauge Semi-Automatic Shotgun 18.5″ Barrel Black and Black Bullpup for sale 

The Tokarev USA TBP 12 Semi-Automatic Shotgun is a compact bullpup design with an 18.5″ barrel. With an AR style safety and folding sights, the TBP 12 offers a familiar feel with the power and versatility of a shotgun. The M1913 optic rail allows you to mount any desired optic and another picatinny rail under the barrel will accept tactical lights or other accessories.



  • 5rd Magazine Incl. (T-1919 10rd. Mags and 20rd Drum available separately)
  • Choke Tube Kit: Full, Modified, Imp. Cylinder and Wrench Included. (Benelli/Mobil Pattern)
  • Disassembly Tool
WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm –


Product Information

Cartridge 12 Gauge
Capacity 5+1 Round
Shell Length 3″
Overall Length 42 Inches
Barrel Length 18.5 Inches
Hand Right
Chokes Included Imp Cyl, Mod, Full
Youth No
Action Type Semi-Automatic
Stock Type Bullpup
Stock Material Synthetic
Stock Color Black
Safety Selector
Sights Flip Up
Barrel Finish Black
Ported No
Interchangeable Choke Yes
Frame Finish Black
Choke Type Mobil

Delivery Information

Must Ship to FFL Dealer Yes
Shipping Weight 9.480 Pounds

10 reviews for Tokarev USA TBP 12 12 Gauge Semi-Automatic Shotgun 18.5″ Barrel Black and Black Bullpup

  1. Lucas

    No Complaints; Everything It Should Be

  2. Oliver Twist

    Compact, easy to shoot, easy to clean, cycles well with a variety of ammunition types; no complaints. If I could only have one multipurpose shotgun, this would be it.

  3. Nelson

    If I would wear it out, I would buy another just like it

  4. Alexander

    At this price I couldn’t pass up the novelty of a12 GA bull pup. It is a fun gun for plinking around and easily fits in the truck for self defense. The compact size is also great for home defense as well. I have an extra 10 Rd magazine that functions well. Every once in a while it can jam. Realize you have a blunt ended, soft plastic cartridge that needs to feed into the chamber. I had better luck with higher velocity ammo as well.

  5. Luca

    Shoots great right out of the box. No issues at all. Can’t beat the price, thought it was going to be a piece of junk, man, was I wrong. My friends like it also and are buying one to.

  6. Grath

    Works fine with low base shells. The ejector on mine is tight and some brands of shells would intermittently have trouble sliding up into the battery position. This was true with all of my magazines. I used some older high base shells and found this problem. My low base Winchester shells worked flawlessly. I put a Firefield Impact Mini Reflex Red Dot Sight on it and removed the stock sights. Not a trap gun, but for skeet it handles quickly and annihilates clay birds!

  7. Christopher Luke

    Great buy, great value for the money.

  8. Rakul

    Can’t get a bargain on a bullpup until I bought this one. Affordable & useful plus easy to handle

  9. Smith willu

    Great Shotgun

  10. Kate

    I got my Tokarev TBP12 about 10 days ago, and finally got a chance to get to the range today. I was optimistic about how it would work, but was still having some doubts being that it’s an inexpensive (does that mean cheap?) shotgun. Whatever, here are my thoughts. It was fun to shoot. Yes, there was a hefty recoil (it’s a 12-gauge shotgun after all), but really quite manageable. I’ve got a Mosin Nagant model 1944 carbine (7.62 X 54) that I think has more kick. I shot 4 rounds of Sellier & Bellot #1 Buckshot and 10 rounds of Winchester Super-X 00 Buckshot. Each shot and ejected just fine, and the bolt locked back after the last round. So far, so good. I’m 6’1″ and have arms long enough to match my height, and the TBP12 fits fine. The ergonomics are good, and it balances well. I would say it’s a good fit for me. I can’t say for sure how well it patterns at home defense range, because I unfortunately had to shoot it at 50 yards. I need to get back and shoot it at 10 to 15 yards, which would be the absolute longest in my condo. Actually 7 – 10 yards would be closer. I’m inclined to think I may be putting some Magpul MBUS sights on it in the future. I’ve read some comments regarding the lack of a cheek weld and a forend grip. I did put a Magpul AFG forend grip on mine, and think it’s a good addition. I would recommend it. I’m undecided about a cheek weld, although I may order one, and if I decide I don’t need it, I’ll write it off as a learning experience. Here’s the one negative I’ve got with this bullpup. The magazine. Actually, there’s two negatives with the mag. One, it doesn’t drop out when you press the mag release. You have to pull it out. Now, that may change with use, but for right now… Also, you have to be careful putting the mag in. You can actually push it too far, then have to pull it back down. I hope I never have to use this in a defensive situation, but if I do, unless the issues resolve with use, I hope I can maintain enough calm to get through it.

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