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Uncle Dan's EE Grade Lefever

Dan Lefever built the first hammerless side-by-side shotgun

The Lure of the Double Rifle

Big-bore double rifles symbolize adventure.

Pioneer Arms Coach Gun

Good choice for Cowboy Action Shooting competition.

Stoeger Coach Gun

This shotgun is just as effective and as good a choice for today’s homeowner as it was as a protector of 19th century stagecoaches.

Old Shots Beget New Shots

The shooting industry raised more than $80,000 to support the shooting sports at the 2013 Shooting Industry Masters tournament held in Cody, Wyo.

Beretta Model 626E Side-by-Side

For many, there is just something special about owning a Beretta side-by-side shotgun, even if it's one of the more obscure ones made by the world’s oldest firearm manufacturer.

Filling a Niche: FN's Early Side-by-Sides

Best known for producing the John Browning-designed Auto-5 semi-automatic and Superposed over-under shotguns, Belgium’s Fabrique Nationale also made side-by-side double guns. And they had nothing to do with John Browning.

Parker Brothers Model GH Shotgun

During its 66-year reign as America’s finest side-by-side shotgun maker, circa 1866-1932, Parker Brothers’ reputation for quality and reliability became legendary. While many other famous American manufacturers made their side-by-side shotguns with equal quality, today’s Parker Brothers shotgun owners still hold the bragging rights of having a few of their rarest and best quality models.

Stoeger Longfowler

The Longfowler is tough-as-nails, reliable and readily capable of downing ducks and geese at long range through a range of less-than-ideal conditions.

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