Shoulder weapon made up of a long barrel attached to a frame; it uses cartridges loaded with 24 g of lead having a diameter no greater than 2.5 mm.
Metal piece covering and protecting the trigger.
Narrow part for gripping and handling the weapon.
Back part of the weapon that is held against the shoulder.
Frame made of wood on which the barrel is fitted.
Device that is pressed to fire the weapon.
Strip with air holes for cooling the barrel of the shotgun.
Tubular part that guides the trajectory of the projectile.
Opening through which the projectile leaves the barrel.
Movable and adjustable part against which the shooter can rest his cheek when shouldering the weapon.
Ammunition consisting of a projectile (ball or lead), an explosive charge (gunpowder) and a primer collected inside a casing.
Metal base of the case that contains the primer.
Cylindrical cover that contains the cartridge’s gunpowder and projectile.