The ENARM Pentagun is a Brazilian semi-automatic shotgun.
This rather interesting revolver-shotgun hybrid was the brainchild of three men originally from a company known as BERGOM, who came together and formed ENARM to make this shotgun. The Pentagun is the only known weapon of this type to see service with any division of the Brazilian Army.
The Pentagun looks rather similar to the LAPA FA-03, coincidentally also designed by Nelmo Suzano. The weapon has an inverted cylinder that holds six shells. Reloading the weapon involves breaking the weapon in two, like a double barreled shotgun. Speedloaders for the Pentagun were also manufactured to ensure that the weapon could be reloaded quickly.
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