A shotgun is a shoulder-fired firearm that fires a number of small spherical pellets (known as shot) or a solid bullet (known as slug). Shotguns come in a range of calibres and operating mechanisms. These are very popular with law and enforcement agencies and civilians for hunting and sporting purposes.
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A bullet is a strong projectile that is usually made from metal to be propelled from a gun. The term “bullet” comes from the French word “boulette” which means “little ball”. The original musket bullet was spherical in shape. Bullets do not explode but cause damage to the target because of the high kinetic energy […]