George Zimmerman went shopping for a tactical shotgun in Cocoa, Fla., on Thursday, TMZ reported.
Zimmerman, recently found not guilty on all charges in the death of Trayvon Martin, visited gun manufacturer Kel-Tec to get some information on the "legality of buying a shotgun," according to the report.
He specifically asked about the Kel-Tec KSG, a 12-gauge tactical shotgun for home defense that holds 12 rounds of shells.
"We're told the owner's son took Zimmerman on a tour of the grounds, including the area where the firearms are assembled," TMZ reports. "The photo of Zimmerman and an employee [below] was taken inside the assembly plant."
It wasn't clear if Zimmerman ended up purchasing a shotgun on Thursday.
Check out the Kel-Tec KSG in action below: