Winchester Super X3 20 Gauge Shotgun
Like its big brother, the new 20 ga. model utilizes the same Active valve system, making it the fastest cycling shotgun in the world.
TriStar Announces New 20 Gauge Raptor Shotguns
TriStar Arms has expanded its popular Raptor line, with the addition of a 20-gauge Raptor model that will be available in both Muddy Girl camouflage and the Vista Next Micro Print pattern.
Browning Adds New 20-Gauge Models to Citori 725 Line
Browning has expanded its popular Citori 725 line with the addition a pair of new 20-gauge models: the Citori Field and Citori Sporting.
First Look: Stevens 555 20-Gauge Over/Under
The budget-priced 555 20-gauge is a basic field gun with everything you need and nothing you don't. Here are five things to know.
The Terrific Twenty
Pair today’s newest, high-performance, turkey-specific ammunition with “premium,” aftermarket choke tubes and the 20 gauge now compares favorably with the mighty 12 gauge for tom-stopping performance.
Benelli Introduces 20-Gauge Ethos
It feels like just yesterday that we awarded Benelli's Ethos with the Golden Bullseye for Shotgun of the Year. On the heels of that announcement, Benelli is expanding its now award-winning line, with the introduction of a 20-gauge edition.
Stevens Adds 20-Gauge Models to 320 Shotgun Line
Stevens has announced that it will be adding four new 20-gauge models to its 320 line—two field grade versions, and two home-defense models. The 320 pump shotgun has been a popular model for Stevens, which falls under the Savage Arms brand. Shipments of the new 20-gauge models are being delivered now.
First Look: Federal Premium's 3rd Degree 20 Gauge
Here are five things you need to know about the new 3rd Degree 20 Gauge.
Above and Beyond: Federal Premium’s 20-Gauge 3rd Degree Load
With its new 3-inch, 20-gauge 3rd Degree turkey load, Federal Premium ups the ante on 20-gauge performance.
Video: Federal Premium's 20-Gauge 3rd Degree Turkey Loads
Using a multi-shot, three-stage payload to deliver lethal patterns, 3rd Degree has served as Federal Premium's answer to consumer demands for tighter patterns and longer ranges.