Rubber gun with no moving parts.
The Double-Barrel Coach Gun is a shotgun popularized in the 1850s in the American West by stage coach operators who used it for self defense, hence the term "riding shotgun." This gun is great for historical reenactments and Western action scenes where period authenticity is key.
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