Indeed. Have some smol shotties:
From the top is a Geko 26.5mm flare gun with a 410/.45colt barrel insert. Some 26.5mm's can fire take 12 gauge inserts without difficulty. Hell the WW2 Walther's could fire shaped charge AT grenades but newer sheet metal flare guns like the Geko are best loaded with something less potent.
Center is an H&R Model 1908 12 gauge "lupara." Lupara is Italian and means: "For the wolf" the implication being that you would carry the thing inna woods in case you were set upon by wolves. Though, "wolves" in common Italian parlance could mean actual wolves or it could mean thieves or bandits. This goes back a very long way, You might have heard that Romulus and Remus the founders of Rome were abandoned in the wilderness and raised by a she-wolf. They would have you believe they suckled from the hairy dugs of a literal female wolf because that's just more amazing but "she-wolf" more likely refers to a female bandit or prostitute AKA "a bitch."
Luparas were also quite popular with old-school mafiosos like La Cosa Nostra.
This one had already been cut-down when I got hold of it, I just SBS'd it. It's neat to look at but it's rather a hazard to shoot as the break lever will quite happily split the web of your thumb under recoil if you're not careful. I've been planning to make a more effective pistol grip for it for years now but haven't yet found the motivation.
Finally is my baby, ye olde Ithaca Stakeout. For close encounters, accept no substitute.