Translation of shotgun in Spanish:

shotgun

escopeta, n.

Pronunciation /ˈʃɒtɡʌn//ˈʃɑtˌɡən/

noun

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    escopeta feminine
    • Kimmitt said troops at the scene found a variety of weapons, including shotguns, handguns, rifles and machine guns.
    • If you're using a shotgun at short range you'll generally score a hit, but with a handgun at long range you end up wasting ammo more than anything else.
    • Final returns are still being evaluated, but the haul includes hand guns, rifles, shotguns, air guns and imitation firearms.
    • Spent shotgun cartridges have been recovered from the scene.
    • Security guards were robbed at gunpoint by raiders wielding a sawn-off shotgun and a pistol.
    • Two firearms, a shotgun and a rifle, were confiscated at the scene.
    • He reloaded his shotgun to fire the second shot.
    • He was captured with an assault rifle, a shotgun, and two pistols.
    • In the first week of the amnesty, eight weapons were surrendered to Bolton police, including a rifle, a shotgun, three air rifles, two air pistols and an imitation gun.
    • With the advent of the self-contained cartridge, repeating rifles, shotguns and handguns replaced single shots.
    • One thug brandishing a shotgun kept watch while the other three, armed with a machete and an iron bar, rushed inside and grabbed hundreds of Rolex, Omega and Cartier watches.
    • Did anyone check to see if the shotgun was loaded?
    • Few firearms are as visually intimidating as a double-barreled shotgun.
    • The suspected burglar fled the farm but was later discovered nearby with a minor wound in his leg caused by shotgun pellets.