I am not left-handed. However, because of a strongly dominant left eye, I shoot long guns from my left shoulder.…Read More >
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In many ways, shotguns are a contradiction. Some run their handguns hard, some little at all, but riflemen tend to…Read More >
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.
Don’t let images from Garden & Gun magazine or the Beretta Gallery scare you off to learning skeet and trap shooting. It’s not just for those with an unlimited budget. There are plenty of quality clay-busting shotguns that are also well within budget. Check out this list of seven of our favorite affordable competition shotguns.
The 28 gauge has a rabid and loyal following, mainly due to its unique combination of light weight, extreme pointability, almost no recoil, and superb patterning for both the field and the range. TriStar has stepped up once again to prove their motto of “The Value Experts” in making a semi-automatic 28 gauge that is built on a true 28 gauge frame. Read this article to see what makes the TriStar Viper G2 so special.