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The Youth Shotgun

In many households across the country, there will be a new hunter ready to go afield this season. Before that happens, your youngster will need his or her own shotgun that has been selected and properly fit to ensure their best chances for success. Here is your how to guide of tips and tops picks.

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Firearms

New Shotguns for 2018 — SHOT Show Edition

Shotguns are the ultimate all-purpose firearm. With your favorite shotgun, you can head to the range to bust a few clays, clear a doorway when defending the homestead, or down a deer with slugs buckshot. Therefore, it is no surprise that shotguns are anything but a sideshow. Here are 20+ top scatterguns to fit every shooter’s high demands.

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Firearms

Guns, Guns and More Guns! Five New Guns You Must Try

The newest guns to hit Cheaper Than Dirt’s website includes the sought-after Beretta ARX-100—get your hands on one before they are gone—the North American Arms PUG revolver in .22 Magnum, an affordable pump-action shotgun and two bolt-action rifles to rival the Mossberg Model 700. In the article, Guns, Guns and More Guns, you will find every type of gun to fit any need—be it hunting, target shooting, serious work in the field or just plinking at tin cans—and to fit any budget. For the newest in firearms and firearm accessories, check out Cheaper Than Dirt and the Shooter’s Log for your firearm buying guide.

Firearms

Cheaper Than Dirt! at the Range: Tristar Arms S-120 9mm

In this economy, shooters are looking for a reliable, affordable pistol. One such item might be the $439 Canik 55 S-120, a full-size 9mm CZ-75 clone with a 4.7-inch barrel, a 17-round capacity, and a dry weight of 2.26 pounds. Made in Turkey, the S-120 line is imported by TriStar Sporting Arms, long recognized for its quality shotguns at value prices. Cheaper Than Dirt! recently had a chance to shoot a loaner S-120 the company provided on a test-and-evaluation basis.