The 870MCS is most common type of shotgun in the multiverse

The Remington Model 870 is an American 12-gauge pump-action shotgun designed by Remington in 1951. In urban environments the M870 is especially effective due to its high stopping power at close range. The ability to load different types of shells makes the M870 able to adapt to a wide variety of situations, while a narrow choke gives the M870 slightly more range than other shotguns. It entered service with the United States Marine Corps in 1966 and today, its more modern variant, the 870MCS (English: Modular Combat Shotgun) is currently in service with the Alliance of Nations.

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