Ashley Hlebinsky of the Cody Firearms Museum whips out an absolute monster, the 4 gauge Winchester Wildfowler.
This 19 pound shotgun is so large it doesn’t even seem real.
Ideal for big game and just smaller than a 2 gauge punt gun, this particular weapon was manufactured for Thomas Gray Bennett, a famous waterfowler and son-in-law of Winchester president Oliver Winchester who ran the company from 1890-1910.
This 4-gauge Winchester Wildfowler is a gun that needs to hit the shelves
Next time you go waterfowl hunting this 4-gauge Winchester Wildfowler shotgun should be on your list to try out. The giant 4 gauge Winchester Wildfowler will change the way you bird hunt.
The 19 1/2-pound gun is located in the Cody Firearms Museum in Cody, Wyoming.
The shotgun shell that the gun holds is the size of a man’s hand. It would probably knock your shoulder out of socket if you shot it too many times in a row.