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In this National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) video, Gil Ash of OSP Shooting School explains how to “slow down” clay targets and birds by understanding the concept of relative velocity.
Weatherby, Inc. has announced a product recall on certain SA-08 28-gauge shotguns made on March 11, 2013 and after. The shotguns affected have serial numbers from AN00001 through AN02802. Weatherby will fix your shotgun for free. Click this post to find out if your SA-08 is affected.
The shotgun is such a versatile weapon—home defense to skeet shooting to hunting virtually any game—one can argue that the shotgun is all you need. However, with each task, a different shotshell load is requirement. You use slugs for deer hunting, birdshot for dove and non-toxic for waterfowl. And home defense ammo? There are many myths and incorrect information out there. These eight blog posts will guide you in the right direction of what shotgun ammo to chose.
Many people believe that the shotgun is the best tool for home defense. Shotguns are easy to use, powerful enough to stop a bad guy in one or two shots and do not require a lot of maintenance. Tactical or home defense shotguns are usually black matte finished and have a pistol grip stock. Some choose a semiautomatic for quicker cycling and some choose the reliable pump-action. These four home defense shotguns from Cheaper Than Dirt! all offer great value for the money.
New shotguns this year include Beretta’s new 692 over/under and A300 Outlander semi-auto, Browning’s Citori 725 Sporting Grade V and Cynergy Mico Midas 20 gauge, CZ-USA Sharp-Tail side-by-side, the Remington V3 12-Gauge Semi-Auto, Weatherby’s PA-08 Waterfowler pump-action, Winchester’s SX3 12-gauge Ultimate Defender and pistol-grip Long Beard, and more…
Overlooked far too often, Stevens is producing some premium models at ultra affordable prices. Case in point, take the Stevens 555. Read this article to learn more about this premium-grade 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.
Are left-handed shooters at a disadvantage? Maybe, but then again, perhaps there are advantages as well. Check out this article on the advantages you may not have been aware of.