One of the most popular tactical- and competition-style shotguns on the market today is the Beretta 1301, but one frustrating element of the gun is the possibility of a "catastrophic shell dump." This malfunction occurs when the OEM latch on the shotgun actuates the shell stop, releasing multiple shotgun shells into the receiver.
Designed by Tom Jones and built by Aridus Industries, the Beretta 1301 Latch & Shroud solves this potentially dangerous issue by adding in a redesigned latch that's then protected by the included shroud. This prevents accidental dumping of shells and turns the Beretta 1301 into a solid semi-auto shotgun that'll perform well both on and off the range.
Big Book Catalog, Issue:72, Page:200