Video—ARTV: Inside Connecticut Shotgun Manufacturing

posted on February 26, 2019
Go behind the scenes with the custom shotgun manufacturer behind everything from ornate designs from A. H. Fox, to etched Model 21s. Though best known for its work on high-end shotguns like these, Connecticut Shotgun Manufacturing has now expanded into other markets, producing such firearms as the double-pump DP-12 shotgun, and even AR-platform sporting rifles. For more on this multi-faceted brand, check out this feature segment from a recent episode of American Rifleman TV. 

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Additional Readings:
Making the Grade: The Return of the Fox Shotgun

A Look Back at A.H. Fox Shotguns
American Rifleman TV Exclusive: Standard Mfg. DP-12 Shotgun
The Keefe Report: Savage Brings Back the Fox


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