History[edit | edit source]
The first semi-automatic, recoil-operated shotgun, born out of the vibrant mind of John Moses Browning. The Humpback, as it was called due to its distinctive rear end, was in production for a century and served with distinction in a variety of armed conflicts, from the trenches of World War One to the jungles of Vietnam. The revolutionary long-recoil action also lends the Auto-5 its distinctive ejection mechanism - upwards. Watch your toupees, gentlemen.
Stock Variants[edit | edit source]
Extension:DynamicPageList (DPL), version 3.3.3: Warning: No results.
12g Automatic Backbored[edit | edit source]
The 12g Automatic was the first successful semi-auto shotgun design, and remained in production for nearly a century. The backbored variant is the default variety.
12g Automatic Hunter[edit | edit source]
The Hunter variant offers improved accuracy, but reduced control.
12g Automatic Extended[edit | edit source]
A variant of the standard Automatic, with two more rounds per load.