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pump gun

n
(Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) a repeating gun operated by a slide-action mechanism feeding ammunition from a magazine under the barrel into the breech
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Johnson, and was one of the first hammerless pump guns.
You have every right to ask how my advisory on legal, short barrel, bottom-eject pump guns affected my business.
As I contemplated the slender Model 12 in the gun rack next to my Montefeltro, I realized that such might be the case with currently built pump guns, but the vintage Model 12 in front of me was every bit the gun my Benelli is--and maybe more.
Strange as it might seem, this greatest of all pump guns was initially offered in 20 gauge (with a 2 1/2-inch chamber) and 25-inch Full-choke barrel.
Pump guns have traditionally been hailed as more reliable than autoloaders, which can jam or hang up, particularly when dirty, and much faster to cycle than a bolt - or lever-action, providing the user with the best of both worlds.
Available for the Remington 870, the Winchester Models 1200/1300 series and various Mossberg pump guns, it is of two-piece design.
Most folks like autoloaders or pumps, with my personal lean toward pump guns.
The Patrician was introduced in 1972 and a marvelous metal finish combined with a stock of fancy European walnut made it one of the all-time fanciest pump guns ever built but since it was considerably more expensive than its competition, it did not exactly set the world afire in sales.
A shotgunner who's really used to pump guns can shoot so fast the action clatter can't be heard between shots, and the reports of the shots blend together.