The cheapest shotgun in the game. When you make a bad weapon type even worse, you get this atrocity. This shotgun is considered a Flintlock type weapon despite not having Flintlock in the name anywhere. This allows it to synergize with the Trickster upgrade on the Cutlass.


Upgrade Description Effect Levels Price
Barrel Extension Increases the accuracy of your shots. Accuracy +10% 4



$1,500 $1,875

Greased Bolt Increase the rate of fire. Attack Speed +33.33% 1 $1,500
AP Rounds Increases the damage of shots. Damage +30 4 $2,500
Fully Loaded Increases the amount of ammo you can carry. Max Ammo +20% 2 $1,500
Extended Mags Increases your magazine size. Magazine Size +1 4 $1,500
Fast Hands Decreases the time taken to reload your weapon. Reload Speed +33.33% 1 $3,000

Strategies Edit

  • Equip every accuracy perk you own.
  • The money gained from this weapon is almost non-existent. If you are considering buying this weapon, wait until you have several times its total cost and buy it alongside a Trickster upgraded Cutlass. Otherwise you may trap yourself in a cycle where you earn to little money to upgrade it to relevancy.
  • Do not bothering using Shadow Rounds or Headshot Stash with this weapon. It consumes up to 6 ammo per shot so gaining 1 ammo is peanuts in comparison.
  • Highly recommended to deselect your gun mid-reload so you only load 2 or 3 bullets into the chamber. This will greatly reduce the ammo consumption on this weapon. Using the Deep Impact perk is a must as potentially killing two targets in one volley will halve the consumption again.

Trivia Edit

  • The undisputed highest recoil of any gun in the game, ADS or otherwise. Use with a level 4 Heavy Bullets if you enjoy motion-sickness.
  • The only weapon in the game with a starting accuracy value in the negatives.
  • The only base shotgun in the game that is unable to Aim Down Sights (ADS).
  • Easily the worst weapon in the Pirates Vs Ninjas pack and a waste of time.
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