WILLIAM MARSTON'S THREE-SHOT PISTOL: Marston began marketing before the American Civil War a three-shot handgun in .22 rimfire, with some examples also incorporating a sliding dagger blade on the side of the superimposed barrels. It is estimated that less than five hundred guns with the retractable blade were made, but purchasers could select either a Bowie or a spear-point blade for their pistol. The firing indicator on the side of the receiver showed which barrel was next in sequence.
Chiappa Triple Barrel Shotgun-the Triple Crown comes equipped with longer 28″ barrels and has a fixed stock, while the Triple Threat has shorter 18.5″ barrels and a stock that can be partly disassembled. Both guns feature a single safety and does not have a barrel selector; the firing sequence for these firearms start from the lower right barrel in a clockwise fashion.
Watched this last night and had remembered it being good-ish and interesting. What I hadn't remembered was the on-screen real shotgun killing of a fox. Maybe I was more lax years ago, but this time that sequence so alienated me the movie gets a big "fuck you". Can't stand that stuff.