Single-Shot & Bolt Action & Lever-Action Shotguns
Each type of shotgun probably deserves a category of its own, but some of them are less popular than the rest, and seeing a page with as many as four firearms is somewhat depressing. They are all siblings, after all, and a little party never hurt nobody. In this category, you can find single-shot shotguns (both single-barreled and double-barreled, featured in two other categories), bolt-action shotguns, and lever-action shotguns. We can vouch for every single shotgun we sell, so don’t be afraid to stray from your habits and take a look at shotguns featuring actions you are not accustomed to.
You’ve definitely seen a lever shotgun at least once in your life, especially if you are a fan of the Terminator series (or have seen the first movie). Even though lever action is usually reserved for rifles, it is not uncommon to see a shotgun featuring the same mechanism. In fact, the first successful repeating shotgun was the lever-action Winchester Model 1887, so you could say it stood at the origins of repeating firearms as we know them today. The success was fast and brief, as a slide action design began to outcompete levers, but it did leave its trace in the industry. Winchester continued to manufacture lever-action .410 shotgun before discontinuing the line in 2006. But the brand has long ceased to be the only producer of this type of shotgun. Our tactical lever-action shotgun collection is abundant in works of other brands, like Henry Repeating Firearms, Century Arms, Chiappa Firearms, and others. If you are looking for a lever-action shotgun with stats worthy of the finest shooters, Gritr Sports is the place to get one.
You won’t see a bolt-action shotgun in the hands of every other scattergun enthusiast because they are not that widespread. That doesn’t mean they don’t exist, just that they are rarely the first choice when someone considers buying a shotgun. The bolt-action 410 shotgun saw a rise in popularity in Australia after the ban on pump-action and semi-automatic shotguns was introduced. It is also one of those shotguns that can be magazine-fed, increasing the rate of fire and reloading speed immensely. We might have a 410 bolt-action shotgun with clip chilling somewhere on the back shelves of our online store, so be sure to take a look.
Single-shots are exactly what they seem: shotguns that can only fire once. Not in a lifetime, of course, but before you need to reload them again. They are divided into two groups according to the number of barrels. A single-barrel shotgun has one barrel, obviously, and a double-barreled one has two. Gritr Sports has many single-shot shotguns for sale, so you’ll surely find something that piques your interest.