Traditionally speaking shoguns are single or double barrel. Needless to say, a close range shot can leave a gaping hole in anything that gets in your way, be it a door or, well, a person. So if you end up on the wrong side of one, it’s best to just run and hope that the scatter is too wide spread to cause any significant, or should I say limb severing damage. If you prefer crossbows, read Why You Should Buy a Crossbow (Instead of a Compound Bow).
And if you happen to be looking down the barrel of this triple barrel shotgun from Chiappa be prepared to keep up running as it boasts even more firepower. Unfortunately, there is no barrel select; it fires clockwise beginning with the bottom right barrel. You can however remove the stock on the Triple Threat making it fairly nimble in size. Other features include a mono block construction, single safety and a mechanical trigger.
You can pick one up for $1,629.