Still made at Ruger's factory in New Hampshire, the revamped Red Label costs less than the original version.
The Dickinson, imported by Interstate Arms Corp. of Massachusetts and sold through Cabela’s, is the latest choice in Turkish doubles.
2013 is the 50th anniversary of the introduction of the Remington 1100, and Big Green has released a commemorative model of its iconic shotgun. How does it shoot? Phil Bourjaily put that to the test.
Low-tech, roughly finished and extremely reliable, the MP 153 is a solid shotgun with an affordable price tag for today's hunters.
The Stoeger is a secret among die-hard waterfowlers. It has all the key features sought by hunters, but is half the cost of its competition.
With its rotary bolt that allows it to cycle very smoothly and makes it very quick, the SXP is a slide-action shotgun that will serve any hunter well.
If your kids are mature enough to start shooting while they're in grade school, that's the time to put a gun in their hands and get them hooked.
A shotgun that fits shoots where you look and is easier to handle and more comfortable to shoot.
The author got into serious trouble with the idea that one shotgun can do it all, so now he looks at shotguns designed for specific purposes.
After nearly 40 years in the industry, Weatherby shotguns have changed with the times, and these days are no different.