This is a disambiguation for all sawed-off shotguns in the Just Cause Game Series.
Definition and purposeEdit
Historically long-barreled guns were literally sawed shorter to make a smaller weapon that could be used more conveniently from horseback, or hidden under a coat.
- This sort of thing was done during the american civil war by cavalry units.
- This was commonly done in east Europe during the first two world wars by resistance fighters, because there was a shortage of handguns in civilian ownership. There were many long barreled hunting weapons in civilian ownership in the countryside.
- It has also been done by common criminals during the second half of the 20th century in countries where handgun ownership was heavily restricted.
Doing this to a shotgun (or rifled gun) greatly limits the effective range, but also widens the ammunition spread angle for shotguns.
You were probably looking for one of these pagesEdit
- Dawson 61 Sports Model - Just Cause.
- Sawed-Off Shotgun (JC2) - Just Cause 2.
- U-24 Zabijak - Just Cause 3.
- See Shotgun (disambiguation) for the larger counterpart.