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  • List of shotguns


    This article is a list of shotguns. Shotguns have traditionally fired iron, stone or lead shot stored in large shells that are normally loaded. Name Manufacturer ImageCartridge Country Year Akdal MKA 1919 Akdal Arms (Ucyildiz Arms A.Ş.) 250px 12 gauge 2006 Armsel Striker 250px 12 gauge 1981 Atchisson Assault Shotgun Great Western Arms Company 250px 12 gauge 1972 Baikal MP-153 Izhevsk Mechanical Plant 12 gauge 2001 Bandayevsky RB-12 12 gauge 1995 Benelli M1 Benelli Armi 12 gauge20 gauge 1994 Benelli M3 Benelli Armi 250px 12 gauge20 gauge 1995 Benelli M4 Benelli Armi 250px 12 gauge 1999 Benelli Nova Benelli Armi 250px 12 gauge20 gauge 1999 Benelli Raffaello Benelli Armi 12 gauge Benelli Supernova Benelli Armi 250px 12 gauge 2006 Benelli Vinci Benelli Armi 12 gauge 2009 Beretta 682 Fabbrica d'Armi Pietro Beretta 12 gauge20 gauge28 gauge.410 bore 1984 Beretta 1201FP Fabbrica d'Armi Pietro Beretta 12 gauge 1980s Beretta A303 Fabbrica d'Armi Pietro Beretta 12 gauge Beretta AL391 Fabbrica d'Armi Pietro Beretta 12 gauge20 gauge 1999 Beretta DT-10 Fabbrica d'Armi Pietro Beretta 12 gauge 2000s Beretta Silver Pigeon Fabbrica d'Armi Pietro Beretta 12 gauge20 gauge28 gauge.

  • Cynergy Shotgun


    The Browning Cynergy is a range of over and under double-barreled shotguns which were introduced in 2004. It is considered to be a major departure from the traditional design of over and under shotguns, which date back to the early 20th century. The Cynergy is manufactured at the Miroku Firearms Manufacturing plant in Kochi, Japan. The Cynergy is substantially different in its design from Browning's previous Over and Under shotgun, the Superposed.

  • Riverfront Stadium


    Riverfront Stadium, also known as Cinergy Field from 1996 to 2002, was a multi-purpose stadium in Cincinnati, Ohio, United States that was the home of the Cincinnati Reds of Major League Baseball from 1970 through 2002 and the Cincinnati Bengals of the National Football League from 1970 to 1999. Located on the Ohio River in downtown Cincinnati, the stadium was best known as the home of "The Big Red Machine", as the Reds were often called in the 1970s. Construction began on February 1, 1968, and was completed at a cost of less than $50 million. On June 30, 1970, the Reds hosted the Atlanta Braves in their grand opening, with Hank Aaron hitting the first ever home run at Riverfront. Two weeks later on July 14, 1970, Riverfront hosted the 1970 Major League Baseball All-Star Game. This game is best remembered for the often-replayed collision at home plate between Reds star Pete Rose and catcher Ray Fosse of the Cleveland Indians. In September 1996, Riverfront Stadium was renamed "Cinergy Field" in a sponsorship deal with Greater Cincinnati energy company Cinergy. In 2001, to make room for Great American Ball Park, the seating capacity at Cinergy Field was reduced to 39,000.

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