They made lefever shot guns starting around 1878 and ending in 1921.
Blue Book of Gun Values might have an answer.
They don't. They are shot by PEOPLE that are using guns.
The Book of Colt Firearms. History of Smith and Wesson. Standard catalog of Smith and Wesson. Ruger, the man and his guns.
Possible sources include the internet, library, gun shops, gun shows, book stores
Look in your library for a copy of The Blue Book of Gun Values. You'll find information on hundreds of single shot guns.
Rifles, hand guns, shot guns, sub machine guns.
Your question is a oxymoron. Pneumatic BB guns are single shot. Machine guns are Multi shot. There are several C02 driven BB machine guns
They are OK
The Book of Colt Firearms has what you are looking for.
that he is a great shot and he shot a lot of guns when he was young.
There are many different types of guns! Shot guns, rifles, hand guns, pistols, even paint guns and air soft guns. Then with each type there are different callibers, which is the size of the bullet that is shot through it. the higher the number the bigger the calliber therefore the bigger the bullet and generally the bigger the gun.
Anthony North has written: 'The Paranormal' 'The book of guns & gunsmiths' -- subject(s): Firearms, History
farmers with shot guns
Yes, they make shotguns.
As many as you have money to buy.
Guns did not exist back then.
Made in Italy
He didn't shoot anyone personally, but those who were shot, were shot with guns.
Four guns total. Two 9mm firearms and two 12-gauge shot guns.
They used mostly antiaircraft guns and shot guns
They are not- but they have a higher chance of hitting their target.
An extremely interesting book on world history is "Guns, Germs, and Steel" by Jared Diamond. Unfortunately, it will not give you the "one fact after another" that you might be after, but it instead provides an possible explanation for why societies turned out the way they did.