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WW1 Shotguns (1914-1918)

It was the Americans that favored the shotgun during World War 1 - where its close-quarters value was certainly appreciated.

WW1 Shotguns (1914-1918)

It was the Americans that favored the shotgun during World War 1 - where its close-quarters value was certainly appreciated.

OVERVIEW



There are a total of 6 WW1 Shotguns (1914-1918) 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.





#1
1902
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Browning Auto-5
Browning Auto-5
Self-Loading, Semi-Automatic Shotgun
#2
1908
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Remington Model 10 (M10)
Remington Model 10 (M10)
Pump-Action Slide Shotgun
#3
1905
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Remington Model 11 (M11 / Remington Autoloading Gun)
Remington Model 11 (M11 / Remington Autoloading Gun)
Semi-Automatic, Self-Loading Shotgun
#4
1910
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Stevens M520 (Model 520)
Stevens M520 (Model 520)
Pump-Action Slide Shotgun
#5
1897
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Winchester Model 1897
Winchester Model 1897
Pump-Action Slide Shotgun
ADVERTISEMENTS
#6
1912
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Winchester Model 1912
Winchester Model 1912
Pump-Action Slide Shotgun