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Winchester is well known for their repeating lever-action rifles. These rifles are incredibly popular, but their shotguns have carved their own piece of American history as well.
The 1887 lever-action Winchester shotgun was a creation on John Browning and took on the classic lever-action design Winchester was known for. Browning later designed the Winchester Model 1893 and 1897. The Model 1897 was one of the first successful pump-action shotguns and one of John Browning’s most renowned firearms.
Winchester produced a number of different single barreled, double barreled, pump action, and semi-automatic shotguns. Models ranged greatly, but the weapons were largely made for sporting use including hunting and clay pigeon shooting. Shotguns were also produced for tactical purposes including several pump-action models. Today, Winchester produces a small line of shotguns that are produced in Turkey but designed by Winchester.
The newest Winchester SXP pump shotgun uses an inertia-assisted slide to make it the fastest pump shotgun in the world
Germany protested the use of the Winchester Model 1897 in World War I
The American Express Company historically defended their transports with Winchester shotguns