The sawed-off double-barreled shotgun is a breech-loaded and dual-triggered shotgun. The shorter barrel reduces the range but gives it a larger shot dispersal, it also makes the weapon much easier to conceal and use in confined spaces. The weapon is similar to the one used by Jerry Reed's character Bama McCall in the movie Gator. It can be carried one or two-handed and uses a wide selection of shells from OO buckshot to slugs. It can also use less than lethal rounds including Taser's X-rep ammo.
- In Pipeline Fever," Archer had "borrowed" one from Woodhouse and smuggled it with him onto the plane. Upon seeing it, the sky marshall mistook Archer as a hijacker. Archer later used the gun to forcefully commandeer an airboat
- In "The Double Deuce," Woodhouse used twin sawed-off double barrels to protect Malory shortly after she gave birth at Reggie's Bar in Tangiers.