Who Invented the First Shotgun?

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The first pump-action shotgun was patented in 1882 by Christopher Spencer. In 1900, the first auto-loading shotgun was created by John Browning. In 1988, O.F. Mossberg and Sons developed the first shotgun chambered to fire 3.5-inch 12-gauge cartridges, which held more and larger steel pellets.
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