A SHORT GUNS (also known as a shotgun, or historically an encrusting piece) is a long-barreled firearm designed to fire a straight-walled cartridge known as a cartridge, which typically fires round sub-projectiles such as numerous small pellets. Say, or sometimes a single solid projectile is called slag.

What are the different types of small shotguns?

To clarify some of the terms, Short Shotguns are now legally divided into three categories: “Short Barrel Shotguns” (SBS), “Any Other Weapon” (AoW) and, more recently, the “Shockwave.” Both SBS and AoW require an ATF tax stamp to purchase and transfer ownership, but an SBS is a 200 stamp, and an AoW is a five stamp.

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