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Gun of the Week: Weatherby SA-08 Deluxe 28-Gauge

American Hunter's Shawn Skipper takes a closer look at our latest Gun of the Week, the Weatherby SA-08 Deluxe 28-Gauge, in this video.

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Gun of the Week: Ruger Red Label

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Ruger Red Label Review

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Accessibility Offers Possibility

With approximately 33 million disabled individuals living in the United States today, the Annual National Disability Awareness Shoot held Oct. 20-21, 2013, was created to celebrate those individuals’ ability to overcome the many difficulties they face every day.

TriStar Raptor ATAC Turkey Shotgun

TriStar Arms has released a new 12-gauge shotgun just in time for the 2014 spring turkey hunting season.

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By B. Gil Horman
May 08, 2012

This unusual Turkish semi-auto shotgun offers features and controls similar to an AR-15 rifle.

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ed dottavio wrote:
June 28, 2014

had my 1919 1 1/2 years now shot 15 boxes of rio #8 shot ocasionaly get stovepiped now the top of the bolt scraping the receiver .anybody had this problem?

Norm wrote:
June 26, 2014

I've only used 2-3/4' shells, so far and mostly slugs. #4 Buck runs down the barrel nicely. If it doesn't say at least 1400 fps there isn't enough gas to do a complete cycle, hence the chimney. The 1600 fps shells cause me to wait for the smoke to clear. Waiting on some 1500 fps shells. Other than that, LOVE the gun; but, need a better carrier. Looking for a backpack.

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