This hunter shoots foxes, rabbits, hares, pheasants and partridges with a three-barreled shotgun. We show it to you in video.

Several moments of the video. / YouTube

Have you ever seen a three-barrel shotgun? Below we show you a video of a hunter during a hunting day in Victoria, Australia, in which Shoot down foxes, rabbits, hares, pheasants and partridges with a new Chiappa Triple Crown 20-gauge shotgun with three barrels.

In the recording you can see how the hunter loads the weapon with the cartridges and develops the hunt with this peculiar weapon. It is a shotgun with a lot of personality and that, perhaps, many hunters would like to shoot or add to their collection of weapons.

Despite what it may seem, it is not an excessively heavy weapon, since it weighs 3.4 kilograms. This is thanks to the caliber used, the 20, which allows it to be much lighter than if it were manufactured in the 12, which is the most used for this type of weapons.

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The young man, ready for the shot. / YouTube

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