Atgeir: Mk1 Benelli M2 with 3 Gun Shotgun Mods


Suitability: 3 Gun, Tactical Shotgun, IPSC Shotgun


  • Allow 4 weeks delivery
  • Includes Benelli M2 – If you already have a gun and just need the mods go here
  • Choice of barrel length (26″ recommended for 3 Gun)
  • Port opened to accommodate load 2 and load 4 (quad loading)
  • Lifter welded, lengthened and polished for easy loading and to prevent Benelli M2 thumb
  • Trigger Job
  • XS Rear Sight
  • HiViz Front Sight
  • Oversized Controls
    • Nordic Components Charging Handle
    • H/O BFB Mk2 Bolt Carrier Release
  • Choice of Nordic Components Mag Tube Length
  • Ghost Load Mod
  • Out of Battery Mod
  • QD in Stock
  • Match Saverz Color of Choice
  • Optional A&S Engineering Trigger Guard +$189

Add an A&S Trigger Guard (pictured) * 


The Atgeir is the culmination of 5 years of modifying shotguns. This combination of parts and services just works. We call our Benelli M2 3 Gun Shotgun – Atgeir.

Description: An atgeir, sometimes called a “mail-piercer” or “hewing-spear,” was a type of polearm in use in Viking Age Scandinavia and Norse colonies in the British Isles and Iceland. It is usually translated in English as “halberd”, but most likely closer resembled a bill or glaive during the Viking age. Another view is that the term had no association with a specific weapon until it is used as an anachronism in saga literature to lend weight to accounts of special weapons. Later the word was used for typical European halberds, and even later multipurpose staves with spearheads were called atgeirsstafir.

Mythology: Gunnar Hámundarson was a 10th century Icelandic chieftain. He lived in Hlíðarendi in Fljótshlíð and is probably better known as Gunnar of Hlíðarendi (Old Norse: Gunnarr á Hlíðarenda). He features prominently in the first half of Njáls saga, which tells of the chain of events ultimately leading to his death in battle. Gunnar was a great warrior — he is described as nearly invincible in combat. According to Njáls saga, he was a powerful, athletic man “capable of jumping his own height in full body armour, both back and front”. He was a skilled archer, and in close combat his weapon of choice was the atgeir, which scholars consider to have been a halberd or glaive of some sort. He was said to have taken this famed weapon in battle from a man named Hallgrímur, while on a Viking raid to the island of Eysýsla (Saaremaa in present-day Estonia).


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