The Automatic Shotgun would have had the lowest spread of all shotguns, but the highest fire rate (Identical to the now present Uzi Hotline Miami)
- The Automatic Shotgun was removed because "It didn't fit the style of Hotline Miami" meaning that it would not have suited the Civilian Urban area style of Hotline Miami.
- Also at the time all Automatic shotguns, were either reserved for only the military, or were still in a prototype stage, the Automatic Shotguns avaliable in 1989 were: The Pancor Jackhammer, The H&K CAWS, USAS-12 Prototypes, S&W Automatic Shotgun, the 1972 version of the AA-12 and the Remington 7188.
|Weapons in Hotline Miami|
|Melee||Knife · Baseball Bat · Lead Pipe · Golf Club · Crowbar · Pool Cue · Frying Pan · Pot · Machete · Hammer · Sledgehammer · Fireaxe · Katana|
|Handguns||Silenced Pistol · Magnum|
|Sub Machine Guns||Uzi · MP5 · Skorpion|
|Shotguns||Double Barrel · Shotgun|
|Thrown||Glass Bottle · Beer Can · Brick · Dart · Ninja Star · Scissors|
|Unused||Pistol · Crossbow · Chainlink|
|Beta||Flamethrower · RPG · Automatic Shotgun · Minigun · Grenade · Plank · Taser · 9mm · Sniper Rifle|
|Chapter Exclusive Weapons Legends||Metro Exclusive · Carl Mask Exclusive · Assault Exclusive · Showdown Exclusive · Biker Exclusive · Richter Exclusive|