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Remington Versa Max Competition Tactical Shotgun Review

by G&A Staff 1

Born in the early ’80s, 3-Gun popularity has grown to record proportions, and the sport is now a major attraction… more »

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3-Gun Ready: Beretta 1301 Competition Shotgun Review

by Payton Miller 2

To most guys of a certain age, any pump or autoloading shotgun not designed for skeet, trap, waterfowl, upland birds… more »

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Large-Mouth Brass: Barbar Blunderbuss Review

by Garry James 5

With its gaping maw, the blunderbuss is an absurd-looking arm that has — to English speakers, at least — an… more »

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Weatherby SA-08 28-Gauge Deluxe Review

by Skip Knowles 1

The roundabout journey I took to becoming a fan of Weatherby’s new flyweight 28-gauge auto ran parallel with my budding… more »

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Zombie-Ready Shotgun: CZ 612 HC-P Review

by Payton Miller 5

Like many American shooters, I first became aware of Ceska zbrojovka through the legendary CZ 75 9mm auto, which elicited… more »

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Benelli M2 Tactical Review

by Payton Miller 1

Longer ago than I care to remember, I got myself a used Benelli MI Super 90 Defense. Aside from the… more »

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Wilson Combat Scattergun Standard Model Review

by Jason Teague 0

I really considered myself a nostalgic guy, but having spent the last 15 years in law enforcement, I have seen… more »

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Saiga-12 Review

by David Fortier 3

Traditional pump-action and semi-automatic tactical shotguns share one serious shortcoming: They are slow to reload. Although they possess formidable short-range… more »

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Riot Guns: Weatherby PA-08 TR and Weatherby PA-459 TR Review

by Patrick Sweeney 4

When it comes to pump shotguns for defense, the list of usual suspects is short and populated with familiar names… more »

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Beretta TX4 Storm Review

by Tom Beckstrand 3

The shotgun is very much a part of American gun culture. Homes that vigorously exercise their Second Amendment rights and… more »

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Mossberg Maverick HS12 Review

by J. Guthrie 6

At first I was skeptical (just like you) and nearly passed on the assignment to cover this shotgun. I figured… more »

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Remington Versa Max Sportsman Review

by Payton Miller 5

Remington introduced its Versa Max autoloading shotgun back in 2010. Since then, there’s been the inevitable morphing—black tactical versions, waterfowl… more »

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Beretta DT-11 Review

by Payton Miller 2

I run hot and cold when it comes to shotguns. I’m gratified during the hot streaks and, of course, frustrated… more »

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Zombie Gun: The Mossberg Model 500 ZMB Review

by Patrick Sweeney 21

When I began gunsmithing, I really didn’t have much love for the Mossberg 500. It wasn’t a Winchester Model 12… more »

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A Pump for Every Purpose: Mossberg Flex Review

by G&A Staff 23

Last fall, Mossberg’s Vice President of Marketing, Tom Taylor, invited me down to South Carolina for a couple days to… more »

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A Classic Updated: Browning A5 Review

by Payton Miller 16

Ask most guys what the essential John Browning-designed military arms are, and odds are that most of the responses you’ll… more »

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Shotgun Safari: Franchi Affinity, Franchi Instinct Reviews

by Layne Simpson 3

I was on my way to a hunt for Cape buffalo in Rhodesia in 1977 when I learned that the… more »

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Video: Shooting the Benelli 3-Gun Lineup

by Guns & Ammo TV 6

In this clip from Guns & Ammo TV, Patrick Sweeney takes a look at Benelli’s full boat of 3-gun products… more »

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Bull Pump: Kel-Tec KSG Review

by Payton Miller 4

The 12-gauge, pump-action KSG bullpup has a 14-round capacity (courtesy of two parallel seven-round tubular magazines), a weight of 6.9… more »

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Remington Versa Max Review

by Layne Simpson 5

The first gas-operated, autoloading shotgun was introduced to American hunters in 1956. Called the Model 60, it was made by… more »

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Benelli SBE II TE Shotgun Review

by Steve Gash 1

The Benelli Super Black Eagle II has earned an enviable reputation since its introduction. This unique semiautomatic has a minimum… more »

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Benelli Legacy 28 Review

by Payton Miller 3

  September 2010 Benelli inertia-driven shotguns have earned an extraordinary reputation for reliability among virtually every subset of shotgunner in… more »

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Benelli Ultra Light 20 Gauge Review

by G&A Staff 0

Payton Miller explains the benefits of Benelli’s inertia system with the Benelli Ultra Light 20 Gauge .

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Benelli Vinci Shotgun Review

by G&A Staff 0

This modular shotgun is perhaps the most advanced semi-auto of our time.

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Social Shotgun: The Mossberg 590A1 Review

by J. Guthrie 5

  Despite all the press that handguns garner, the simple fact is that you are barely armed should you meet… more »

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Ruger Red Label 20 Review

by Payton Miller 0

  Introduced in 1978 Ruger‘s Red Label has, in the past 31 years, become a classic over-under in its own… more »

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CZ Coach Gun Review

by Denis Prisbrey 2

  In the Old West, while Colts were winning gunfights, shotguns were preventing them. Even at 10 paces, a man… more »

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Franchi I-12 Review

by Richard Venola 4

  Franchi is one of the yeoman brands of firearms located in the famed city of Brescia in the Italian… more »

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All Pumped Up: The Remington M887 NitroMag Review

by L.P. Brezny 0

  With the new M887, shotgunners will be dealing with an all American-built smoothbore designed with a basic steel-frame receiver… more »

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FNH SLP Mark I Review

by Richard Venola 2

January 2009 Every time I watch “Shotgun Ed” Exley shucking and ducking in L.A. Confidential, I’m amazed at how far… more »

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