|Full name||M26 Modular Accessory Shotgun System|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Faction||Griffin & Kryuger|
|Voice actor||Yuzuki Ryouka|
|Released on||CN, TW, KR, EN, JP|
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The M26-MASS (Modular Accessory Shotgun System) is a shotgun configured as an under-barrel ancillary weapon attachment mounted onto the handguard of a standard service rifle, usually the M16/M4 family of rifles. It can also be operated as a stand-alone shotgun by attaching a pistol grip/collapsible buttstock module.
The M26-MASS had been in development at the U.S. Army's Soldier Battle Lab since the late 1990s. The idea was to provide soldiers with lightweight accessory weapons which could be mounted to the underside of the handguard on a standard issue M16 rifle or M4 carbine. These under-barrel attachments would provide soldiers with additional capabilities, such as door breaching using special slugs, very short-range increased lethality using 00 buckshot, and less-than-lethal capabilities using teargas shells, rubber slugs, rubber pellets, or other non-lethal rounds.
The original inspiration for the M26 came from the Knight's Armament Company Masterkey system, which dates back to the 1980s and originally comprised a shortened, tube-fed Remington 870 shotgun mounted under an M16 rifle or M4 carbine. The M26-MASS improved upon the original Masterkey concept with a detachable magazine option and more comfortable handling, thanks to a bolt-operated system which is manually cycled for reloading. After a shot is fired, the bolt had to be manually pulled back by the shooter to expend a spent casing and pushed forward to chamber a new one. The relatively large bolt handle is located closer to the rear rather than near the slide like on the Masterkey pump shotgun, and thus is easier to cycle in combat. The handle can be easily attached on either side of the bolt. The detachable magazine offers quicker reloading and changing of ammunition types than a traditional tubular magazine.
The M26-MASS was eventually chosen by the U.S. Military to serve as a breaching tool. In May 2008, the US Army announced it would procure 35,000 units, and by 2010 the first M26-MASS shotguns had been procured and were fielded to military police and engineer units. In 2012, the Army began the process of replacing the M500 with M26s.
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