Triple Barrel Shotgun by Chiappa Firearms

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

Sometimes two barrels just isn’t enough to get the job done. This is the exact reason the team at Chiappa Firearms rolled out their Triple Barrel Shotguns.

There are two different shotgun models to choose from (including the Triple Crown and Triple Threat), both of which are equipped with three 18.5″ barrels and Rem-choke. The wooden stock attached to the 12 gauge shotgun can be partly disassembled, as the main purpose of this firearm is to provide home protection. The monoblock constructed firearm has no barrel select, but rather shoots in a clockwise order beginning with the bottom right barrel. Each firearm weighs 8.2 pounds, and comes complete with a break-down soft touch hardcase. Check out the video below to see this thing in action.

Triple Barrel Shotguns by Chiappa Firearms 01

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