Single Shot Shotguns
Single-shot shotguns hold one shell at a time and must be reloaded after every shot to fire again. Many people choose single-shot rifles for safety reasons such as when teaching a new shooter due to the inability to fire follow-on shots without reloading and being able to tell if it is loaded by opening the action. The simplistic design of a single-shot shotgun makes it extremely reliable and affordable. This is a perfect type of gun for a new shooter to start hunting or utilize for target practice.