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A volley gun is a gun with several barrels for firing a number of shots, either simultaneously or in succession. They differ from modern machine guns in that they lack automatic loading and automatic fire and are limited by the number of barrels bundled together.
In practice the large ones were not particularly more useful than a cannon firing canister shot or grapeshot. Since they were still mounted on a carriage, they could be as hard to aim and move around as a cannon, and the many barrels took as long or longer to reload. They also tended to be relatively expensive since they were more complex than a cannon, due to all the barrels and ignition fuses, and each barrel had to be individually maintained and cleaned.
I have a black matte Browning A5 which is the new version. 28 inch barrel.
Don't have time to hunt this year or even the next 5 years due to my work schedule. Less than 10 rounds through the barrel. Like new
Located in Buxton, Oregon.
Willing to throw in 100 high brass nickel plated lead...