yes, the trench gun and the double-barrelled shotgun(best one!!)
It's a pump action shotgun.
Not if you follow all the local, state and federal rules
A trench gun was a shotgun used in WW1 by allied forces, a Winchester Model 1897 to be specific. It was so effective in its' military use Germany attempted to have it banned from warfare for causing unnecessary suffering.
I'm assuming the Trench, Riot, and Training versions all had the same magazine. If this is correct, my 520-30 holds 5 in the magazine + 1 in the chamber.
A trench stretch is a long system of trench.
The Winchester M97, the first pump action shotgun, was massively produced for military use in World War 2. They did not use trench warfare in World War 2. It was a mobile war with modern weaponry.
No. The Mariana Trench is the deepest trench in the world. It is located in the Pacific Ocean.
yes there was, there was usually a base trench, and close by was a suppport trench
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.
what does trench mean
At the front there was the front line, then there was the support trench and at the back was a reserve trench.
yes the mariana trench is the largest in the world
The Mariana Trench is the deepest trench in Earth's oceans.
A trench box, trench shield, trench sheets, are the put into trenches to stop the walls collapsing inwards and injuring or killing the workmen/utility workers, etc, working in the trench.
trench foot trench foot
Herbert Trench's birth name is Frederick Herbert Trench.
Well this one seems kind of obvious, but Trench Warfare is called Trench Warfare because the men fought in Trenches during WW1 in which trench warfare was utilized.
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the answer i Izu the trench
Front Line Trench Communication Trench Support Trench Reserve Trench
the chile's trench is closer to the east pacific rise than tonga's trench