Although I know of no "three-barrel shotguns", it is entirely possible that someone, somewhere, sometime made one. However, there is a type of long-gun commonly referred to as a "drilling", which is probably best described as a side-by-side shotgun with a third barrel located centrally below the two smoothbores. This third barrel is usually rifled, and is chambered for a .30" caliber or smaller rifle cartridge. "Drilling" is actually a mis-spelling of "dreilling", deriving from "drei", the German word for "three" and it is generally thought that this type of general hunting arm originated there.
unless it wont shoot than no
Remington O/U rifle/shotgun combo. 22 mag on the top barel, .410 shotgun on the bottom barrel.
A felony conviction and prison time if it is not registered with the BATFE. If it is, you need to provide a DETAILED description.
Barel Mouko was born on 1979-04-05.
Johan Van Barel was born in 1964.
because it is in Tulsa under shotgun normal
Pull off the foregrip by exerting pressure from the front separating the stock from the barrel. Open the shotgun and the barel will separate. Pull down and separate the foregrip from the barrel. It is spring loaded. Open the action and the barrel will separate by lifting it to disengage the tang.
There is one shotgun. It is Belgium made. DePose POUDRER VIVE with name NEUMANN FRERES from LIEGE on barel. If You have some interests, please write on e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
No such thing as a 22 Shotgun.
In the UK you need a licence to own a shotgun,