Shotgun is described as a shoulder gun with smooth-bored barrel(s) primarily intended for firing multiple small, round projectiles like shot, birdshot, and pellets, larger shot - buck shot, single round balls called pumpkin balls and cylindrical slugs. Some shotgun barrels have rifling to give better accuracy with slugs or greater pattern spread to birdshot.

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"Shotgun" is in the HS Code "9305.21"
  - -- Shotgun barrels
Ref: 120698/2006-10-01

Other Database Pages Exist for this Phrase:
Firearm (Firearm refers to a rifle, shotgun or handgun. ..)
Gun (Gun pertains to rifles, shotguns, handguns and ...)
Barrel (Barrel relates to a volumetric unit of measure ...)
Spread (Der Spread ist die Preisdifferenz zwischen zwei ...)

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