Template:Weapon The Double-Barrel Shotgun appears in Nacht Der Untoten, Verrückt, Shi No Numa, and Der Riese. In Call of Duty: Black Ops, it is replaced by the Olympia. The player can buy it off from the wall for 1200 points or find it in the Mystery Box. On all maps including Der Reise you can buy it off the wall near the second door heading towards the Thompson room. You can also obtain the Sawed-Off Double-Barreled Shotgun w/ Grip. It is arguably one of the most useful weapons against Zombies, but it is useful to supplement it with a weapon with more range. The Double-Barrel Shotgun is more powerful and reloads faster than the M1897 Trench Gun, but has only 2 shots. This can make the Trench Gun preferable to the Double-Barrel. If on any Nazi Zombies map, you are covering a window, the Double-Barrel Shotgun is the perfect weapon for the job, as the zombies are forced to stand still together whilst breaking through, allowing you to wipe them out within the two shots before reloading, even at higher levels.

Sawed-Off VariantEdit

The Sawed-Off Double-Barreled Shotgun can also be found commonly in Zombies, mostly in Nacht der Untoten. It performs similarly when it's Sawed-Off, with range being one of the only changing factors.

Snuff BoxEdit

Snuff box

The Snuff Box

When Pack-a-Punched, it becomes "The Snuff Box." (Can only be Pack-a-Punched on modded or custom maps). 


24 Bore longe rangeEdit

The Double-Barrel Shotgun (as well as the Trench Gun) are also among the most effective weapons with Insta-Kill activated, because of its spread it will kill all zombies within range.

The Double-Barrel Shotgun is a one shot kill up and over the 20 round mark, and Pack-a-Punching it makes it last even longer and even lessens the reload time by a split-second. However, the constant reloading causes most players to ditch the weapon on later rounds, unless Speed Cola is being used. Without the upgrade at longer ranges, players will be lucky if 2-3 pellets hit, though with the upgrade, it is jokingly referred to as "The sniper-shotgun".