Shotguns remain the most versatile firearms in the world, and versatility best explains the new offerings for 2017. Manufacturers are building new pursuit-driven shotguns and continuing to tweak current offerings to provide even more niche specialization of their products. It doesn’t matter whether you’re looking for a get-in-the-duck-blind-mud over/under or a behind-the-truck-seat compact scattergun, this year no one can argue there’s a lack of diversity in this category.
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Step up and take notice! Stevens pump-action 20 gauge now comes decked in Muddy Girl Camo for the perfect blend of performance, camo and a splash of pink.
Stevens, well known for its previous shotgun offerings, has proudly offered its first semi-automatic shotgun, the new 12-gauge S1200. The S1200 provides reliable, inertia driven semi-automatic performance at an attractive price.
In 2014, legendary firearms company, J. Stevens and Company will celebrate 150 years of making high-quality firearms. Now, a subsidiary company of Savage Arms, the company still brands shotguns and rifles under the Stevens name. Savage produces long-range and precision rifles and shotguns that are unprecedented in accuracy and capabilities for the price. Savage is still branding Stevens guns today. In 2012, the company debuted the model 320 shotgun in two different models, the Security and the Field, in seven different configurations. This 12-gauge, pump-action workhorse is inspired by the extremely reliable Winchester 1300 action.
Our friends on the CTD! Facebook page Liked these items this week: The Apache pistol is a revolver with metal knuckles and dagger in one handheld weapon; ATK (Federal Premium, CCI, Speer ammunition) buys Caliber Company (Savage Arms, Stevens, and Savage Range Systems); we meet Olympic 3-position-rifle Gold Medal winner Jamie Gray at NRA.
As the suburbs continue to encroach on deer habitat, game departments have become more restrictive about which bang sticks hunters may use when hunting in the deer woods. Whether you are looking to extend your season beyond archery and muzzleloader, or if sticks and strings and front stuffers are simply not what you are looking for, buying a slug gun does not have to break the bank.