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OK, went to see a great film, "No Country for Old Men" by the guys that produced the film, "Fargo." Very violent, lots of suspense. Quick question. The paid assassin in the film has 2 unique weapons, one rather clever for in close work. However, his other primary appears to be a suppressed shotgun. Is this possible, or is it all Hollywood? Could you suppress such a large caliber/gauge, even with buckshot? Before I tell others about the film, wanted to ask the experts here. Well worth seeing, just for the plain, simple, "matter-of-fact" dialog from the guys from Texas. Must say though, great film, with a unique, kind of weak ending. If you liked 'Fargo" see it. Out.