There are plenty of iconic firearms in the world. It is impossible to list all the must-shoots in one post. Here is The Shooter’s Log breakdown of five very important shotguns every shooter should try. Did your favorites make the list?
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It may look somewhat traditional, but the new Benelli 828U is nothing but. A totally reimaged and rethought over/under, the 828U is Benelli’s first ever. With a brand new operating system that captures all pressure in the monoblock, there is no stress on the receiver. Meaning Benelli could add a lightweight alloy receiver on this new over/under shotgun. That isn’t the only innovative idea on the Benelli 828U. Read the Shooter’s Log coverage of all the new firearms and learn more about Benelli’s new over/under shotgun.
The Orion over/under shotgun re-enters the Weatherby firearms lineup for 2015 with a Grade “A” walnut stock, a high-gloss finish, a rounded Prince of Wales grip, and an MSRP of $1,099.
With its hand-rubbed oil stock and vivid case hardening, this Cesar Guerini Summit Limited might have you cashing out the kids’ college fund to get one.
Cheaper Than Dirt! staffers covering the 2014 SHOT Show in Las Vegas have filed their third reports on new shotguns introduced at the show. In this edition are details about Harrington & Richardson 1871’s H&R Excell Auto and Ruger’s remade and American-made Red Label.
Cheaper Than Dirt! staffers covering the 2014 SHOT Show in Las Vegas have filed their first set of follow-up reports on new shotguns introduced at the show. In this edition are details about additions to the Browning High Grade program and expansion of the company’s 725 Citori lineup, and new models in CZ’s pump-action, semi-auto, and over/under lines.
Cheaper Than Dirt! staffers covering the 2014 SHOT Show in Las Vegas have filed their first reports on new shotguns introduced at the show, and based on what we’re seeing, consumers will see a full spectrum of new shotguns in 2014. This year’s selection encompasses the entire smoothbore spectrum, from personal defense and serious 3-Gun competition to high-end engraved over/unders and practical field and clay-target models. And that’s not all: We’re also seeing new magnum waterfowl guns, turkey guns, and some interesting new sub-gauge field and Mounted Cowboy competition guns. In addition, a number of new camouflage patterns will now be available on proven designs from several manufacturers. In this edition are details about a new Duck Dynasty entries from Mossberg, Benelli USA’s Ethos semi-auto 12 gauge, and a Model 1883 side lock and the Model 1889 box lock from Cimarron Firearms.