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Duckbill choke and
magazine extender attached to an Ithaca 37 shotgun.
Duckbill choke is an attachment for shotguns that flattens the weapon's firing pattern, diverting pellets more towards the sides.
Duckbill chokes saw action in the
Vietnam War by US Navy SEALs, where they were reported to be very effective against groups of enemies.
Battlefield 4 [ ]
• Flatter firing pattern
"Spreads pellets horizontally suppressing and damaging more targets in a wider cone."
— In-game description
includes the Battlefield 4 Duckbill as one of several optional chokes for shotguns.
The Duckbill, as the description suggests, causes
pellets or flechettes to have greater spread along the horizontal plane, with less vertical spread.
It has no effect on single projectiles such as
12 Gauge Frag and 12 Gauge Slugs.
The Duckbill changes the hipfire crosshair to a horizontal oval-shaped crosshair instead of the usual circular shape.
Battlefield 1 [ ]
While not appearing by name, the Sweeper variant of the
M97 Trench Gun has a muzzle attachment resembling a Duckbill. Similar to Battlefield 4, this attachment increases the spread of shotguns along the horizontal plane with less vertical spread.
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