Actually, some of the first firearms used in combat could be classified as shotguns, although they were rather large and mounted on the castle wall. Some Southern cavalry carried short-barreled shotguns, and US troops used "trench guns" in both world wars, Korea, Vietnam and both Gulf Wars. It is a common weapon used by security forces on ships, as the damage to the ship itself is not going to be great compared to what it will do to an intruder.
Shotgun to the face
No, not in a war.
Which character has the strongest shotgun in gears of war 2
yes it is slightly weeker.
you dads shotgun
Bakufu is a word used for shotgun. The term shotgun is used in government.
its a big gun used in the civil war
Numerous muzzle loading weapons, bayonets and cannon were pretty much it. The British used the Brown Bess rifle for the most part. The Colonials used what ever weapons they could get their hands on, including the long rifles and shotgun type weapons.
Who all ever was involved in the war.
They used ak 47 during the war. They used the first ever ones made
Browning Superposed Shotgun
the omygerd of 1927
The rifle, the Machine gun, the bayonet, the shotgun, artillery and then aviation.
No. Only two atomic bombs (fission bombs) have ever been used in war. August 1945.
Numerous muzzle loading weapons, bayonets and cannon were pretty much it. The British used the Brown Bess musketfor the most part. The Colonials used what ever weapons they could get their hands on, including the long rifles and shotgun type weapons, as well as French muskets.
World War II, Korean and Vietnam Wars,
I do not believe that Winchester ever made a 9mm shotgun, although 9mm "snakeshot" ammo, comprised of tiny pellets and looking lot a shotgun shell exists. Do you perhaps mean 9 guage?
The only country that has ever used nuclear weapons in any war was the US, at the end of WW2.
around the time of the revolutionary war.
Weapons which were used during the English Civil war includedPikesMusket'sShotgun's the Cavaliers
Of course, soldiers have always slept on pillows.
Yes they did, they used the Double Barreled Shotgun and they also used the M1917 Trench gun on the front line and on the trenches.
I have no idea what you mean. Every Remington shotgun ever made was designated as a shotgun, and had a model name or number. If you clarify your question, maybe someone can help.