The Remington Model 10 is a 12 gauge, pump-action shotgun designed in the United States. Although the M1897 Trench gun was the main issue shotgun of US troops during World War I, around 3500 Model 10-As, modified with a shortened barrel, sling swivels, a wooden heat shield and a bayonet lug, were delivered for use in the conflict.
Two variants of the Model 10-A are featured in Battlefield 1 for the Assault kit. It was first seen in the reveal trailer being wielded and dropped by an American soldier as he gets clubbed by a German medic. It later appears in the gameplay trailer released during the EA Play Livestream, and in the Closed Alpha build.
Model 10-A FactoryEdit
The Model 10-A Factory is the base variant of the weapon, featuring no attachments.
Model 10-A HeavyEdit
The Model 10-A Heavy variant uses slugs as its ammunition type, resulting in slightly reduced damage at close range but increased damage at medium range. Hip-fire accuracy is reduced for an increase in aimed accuracy. It is equipped with a magnified sight.