The L128A1 Combat shotgun is used by the British army for CQB and point duties, a 12 gauge shotgun with a 7+1 capacity, the Combat shotgun gives an operator devastating firepower at close to medium range. A range of ammunition can be used from buckshot through to slug rounds, allowing for flexibility under fire. Perfect for point duties. The L128A1 is supplied to the British Army by Benelli, It is also known outside of military circles as the M4 Super90.
The L128A1 comes with a Mil-spec 20mm picatiny mount on the top of the reciever, which is usually paired with an Eotech dot sight. To the rear is a three position adjustable but stock. Iron sights at the front complete the package.
The DE M56DL replicates many of these features in airsoft form, It is a PUMP ACTION airsoft shotgun fitted with the Tri-shot mechanism. Each time the M56 is pumped, the action is primed and 3 BB's are fired. These feed up from the magazine well where a "magazine shell" is loaded. Each Magazine shell looks just like a 12 guage shotgun catridge, However in fact it is a spring loaded magazine with a capacity of 18 BB's. This gives the M56DL a capability of six shots per "magazine shell".