3, including the one in the chamber.
Shotguns neither fire bullets, nor do they use clips. The capacity for each shotgun will vary by model, load, and magazine. A Remington 870 off-the-shelf holds five rounds. The Saiga shotgun uses a detachable box magazine which may hold anywhere from five to 30 shotgun shells.
Most commercially available shotgun shells come in boxes of 25.
5 in a semi automatic shotgun, no limit on pump shotguns
how many shells does it hold
i have 2 Remington model 141, carbine serial #c 69757 and a 141 gamemaster serial #25543. what are the production dates and how many were produced?
i think that it can only hold 3 shells
3 rds. max
Rack the slide to the rear, and visually inspect the chamber to ensure it's clear. Close the slide, ensure that the safety is engaged. On the bottom of the receiver, there is an opening cut out for the loading of your shotgun shells. Load your shotgun shells into the tubular magazine (located under the barrel) via this opening, with the crimped end (the end without any brass) towards the front. When you've loaded as many rounds as you can load, you can rack the slide one time to chamber the first cartridge, and then load one more into the magazine, if you so wish.
Yes, but beware that many blank shells contain corrosive gun powder. Clean your shotgun after firing blanks to avoid pitting your barrel.