Memorable Uses of Shotguns in Movies

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Yeah, I'm a Duke fan. Here's one where the shotgun wasn't even fired!
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That time Doc Holiday took three shot with a double barrel without reloading.


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Good, Bad, I'm the guy with the gun!

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Great Memories :tiphat:
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My two favorites are the bath scene in Big Jake, and the opening sequence in Point Break with Agent Utah on the course (qualifying?) in a rain storm.
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Couple of my favorite shotgun scenes that have not been mentioned. Both are from John Wick 1 with the KSG and John Wick 2 with the Benelli M4.



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Great Grandfather a WW1 VET Said the 1897 Winchester Trench gun was Better than the 06 Springfield for taking out Germans!
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Deltaboy wrote: Fri Mar 22, 2019 3:05 pm Great Grandfather a WW1 VET Said the 1897 Winchester Trench gun was Better than the 06 Springfield for taking out Germans!
:iagree: At close range, that and the Remington Mod.10 trench gun was the most potent weapon that could be found in attacking a trench. Absolutely devastating.
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joe817 wrote: Fri Mar 22, 2019 4:31 pm
Deltaboy wrote: Fri Mar 22, 2019 3:05 pm Great Grandfather a WW1 VET Said the 1897 Winchester Trench gun was Better than the 06 Springfield for taking out Germans!
:iagree: At close range, that and the Remington Mod.10 trench gun was the most potent weapon that could be found in attacking a trench. Absolutely devastating.
Which is why the Germans tried to have it banned.
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Pawpaw wrote: Fri Mar 22, 2019 6:03 pm
joe817 wrote: Fri Mar 22, 2019 4:31 pm
Deltaboy wrote: Fri Mar 22, 2019 3:05 pm Great Grandfather a WW1 VET Said the 1897 Winchester Trench gun was Better than the 06 Springfield for taking out Germans!
:iagree: At close range, that and the Remington Mod.10 trench gun was the most potent weapon that could be found in attacking a trench. Absolutely devastating.
Which is why the Germans tried to have it banned.
Yup. 'Inhumane', they called it, when they introduced mustard gas, chlorine gas, in the battlefield.
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