Vietnam War Shotguns (1955-1975)
No national military power goes to war with shotguns quite like the United States, a tradition continued during the Vietnam Conflict.There are a total of 11 Vietnam War Shotguns (1955-1975) in the Military Factory. Entries are listed below in alphanumeric order (1-to-Z). Flag images indicative of country of origin and not necessarily the primary operator.
The Browning Auto-5 self-loading shotgun was in constant production for nearly 100 years since it arrived in 1902....
The Remington Model 10 appeared in both World War 1 and World War 2 with American military forces....
Unable to secure a new arrangement with Winchester Arms, John Browning brought his Auto-5 self-loading shotgun to c...
The well-appreciated Remington M870 pump-action shotgun has seen consistent military service since 1950....
The Remington M870 Wingmaster became a popular offshoot of the hugely successful Remington M870 series line....
The Savage M720 semi-automatic auto-loading shotgun was no doubt inspired by previous John Browning designs....
The Winchester 1200 was used for only a short time by the United States military in Vietnam....
The Winchester Model 1897 pump-action slide shotgun was a further refinement of the John Browning-designed Winchest...