Double Barrel Shotguns?

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Double barrel shotguns have two barrels that can shoot two bullets in quick succession. Some have the barrels side by side and others are over and under. The original and most recognizable is the side by side. For most of these guns you 'break' them open to load or unload the bullets. These shotguns can have either single or double triggers. With a single trigger on a side by side shotgun you can have a barrel selector that allows you to pick which side you want to shoot from first. Having two barrels is good insurance against a misfire or jam. If one side jams, you can still take the shot with the other side.
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1. Hit the release button on top of the shotgun. This will release the barrels. 2. Pull the barrels down far enough to load in the shells. 3. Put both the shells in the barrels and
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they can cost anywhere between 400 dollars to 100,000, usually a standard one is about 2000, but it depends on the make, ammo (guage) size of the gun, recoil, age and durability.
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The average weight of a double barrel shotgun is from 3-6lbs.
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