Replica of a Sawed Off Shotgun, USA 1881
The sawed off shotgun is for sure a myth of it´s own: Small, very scary, a tremendous amount of power in a handy package. In the Old West the sawed off shotgun gained questionable reputation as a last ditch gun for desperate situations. It was a barkeepers last resort against raging customers as well as a quick to grab gun for the coachmen in case an ambush outside city borders. A villain on the other hand may have appreciated the possibility of concealing some reasonable firepower under his coat.
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Dimensions: 52.5 cm
Weight: 1,834 g
Epoch: Western and American Civil War 1861-1899