A Double-Barreled Shotgun is a break-open action shotgun that has two barrels lined up in parallel to each other, each holding one shotgun shell. Most double-barrel shotguns feature two triggers, one for each barrel, allowing for two shots to be fired in quick succession by pulling on both simultaneously.
Double-barreled shotguns are commonly seen in sawed-off form, removing the buttstock and most of the barrel length, giving them very high mobility at the cost of range and accuracy.
Double-barreled shotguns appear in four games in the Battlefield series. The Remington Model 1900 side-by-side shotgun appears in Battlefield 1, non-specific models of side-by-side shotguns appear in all other entries. The M30 Drilling, a German hunting rifle incorporating a double-barrel shotgun, appears in Battlefield V.