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The regular Automatic Shotgun is a separate weapon from the Explosive Shotgun; this means that in order to switch ammunition, the player must discard their Automatic/Explosive Shotgun and lose their ammunition reserve. Regular Automatic Shotguns are distinguished by its red casing in the loading chamber, while Explosive Shotguns feature green casings.
 
The regular Automatic Shotgun is a separate weapon from the Explosive Shotgun; this means that in order to switch ammunition, the player must discard their Automatic/Explosive Shotgun and lose their ammunition reserve. Regular Automatic Shotguns are distinguished by its red casing in the loading chamber, while Explosive Shotguns feature green casings.
  
Differences may also be noted in their ammunition capacities, while both variants are capable of holding 20 standard or explosive shells per magazine, the Automatic Shotgun can only hold 230 regular shells in reserve (the same carrying capacity as [[The Lost and Damned]]'s [[Assault Shotgun]], which can hold 8 rounds in the magazine and 242 rounds in reserve), while the explosive variant can hold up to 580 rounds in reserve. In terms of rate-of-fire, both variants fare identically, although both variants do not fire fully automatic like its real world counterpart, or the Assault Shotgun. Rather, they behave like a semi-automatics in a similar fashion to the [[Combat Shotgun]] in GTA IV. Strangely, if the player fires the Automatic Shotgun while falling or being burned, it fires as fast as the Assault Shotgun.
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Differences may also be noted in their ammunition capacities, while both variants are capable of holding 20 standard or explosive shells per magazine, the Automatic Shotgun can only hold 230 regular shells in reserve (the same carrying capacity as [[The Lost and Damned]]'s [[Assault Shotgun]], which can hold 8 rounds in the magazine and 242 rounds in reserve), while the explosive variant can hold up to 580 rounds in reserve. In terms of rate-of-fire, both variants fare identically, although both variants do not fire fully automatic like its real world counterpart, or the Assault Shotgun. Rather, they behave like a semi-automatics in a similar fashion to the [[Combat Shotgun]] in GTA IV. Strangely, if the player fires the Explosive Shotgun while falling or being burned, it fires much faster, comparable to the Assault Shotgun. However, the Automatic Shotgun (standard shell variant) fires much ''slower'' than normal.
  
 
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Revision as of 00:34, 4 September 2010

Explosive Shotgun Icon In The Ballad of Gay Tony
An Explosive Shotgun in The Ballad of Gay Tony
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Luis wielding an Automatic Shotgun aside a Buzzard

The Automatic Shotgun is an assault shotgun featured in The Ballad of Gay Tony.

Description

Based on the AA-12, the Automatic Shotgun is available in two forms: its more conventional form functions like a regular shotgun that fires buckshot, while the second, more devastating form, known as the Explosive Shotgun, is capable of firing "Frag-12" explosive rounds that can inflict heavy damage on vehicles (regular vehicles can only survive two direct shots from an Explosive Shotgun before burning) and can kill an enemy in one shot up close or strike an enemy down from a distance.

The regular Automatic Shotgun is a separate weapon from the Explosive Shotgun; this means that in order to switch ammunition, the player must discard their Automatic/Explosive Shotgun and lose their ammunition reserve. Regular Automatic Shotguns are distinguished by its red casing in the loading chamber, while Explosive Shotguns feature green casings.

Differences may also be noted in their ammunition capacities, while both variants are capable of holding 20 standard or explosive shells per magazine, the Automatic Shotgun can only hold 230 regular shells in reserve (the same carrying capacity as The Lost and Damned's Assault Shotgun, which can hold 8 rounds in the magazine and 242 rounds in reserve), while the explosive variant can hold up to 580 rounds in reserve. In terms of rate-of-fire, both variants fare identically, although both variants do not fire fully automatic like its real world counterpart, or the Assault Shotgun. Rather, they behave like a semi-automatics in a similar fashion to the Combat Shotgun in GTA IV. Strangely, if the player fires the Explosive Shotgun while falling or being burned, it fires much faster, comparable to the Assault Shotgun. However, the Automatic Shotgun (standard shell variant) fires much slower than normal.

Locations

  • The Explosive Variant is received from Yusuf Amir in the mission "High Dive". After "High Dive", the player can purchase explosive shells from Armando.
  • Both variants of the Automatic Shotgun are also available in Multiplayer.
  • Explosive variant spawns in Safehouse after completing 30 Drug Wars and High Dive.