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Remington V3 Field Sport: A Popular Shotgun Gone?

Remington's V3 Field Sport was one of the most popular shotguns sold in 2019. Will we ever see it made again?

Tested: Benelli Super Black Eagle 3 Shotgun

Borrowing heavily from the classy Ethos, the new SBE 3 was designed as a hardcore 3½" waterfowl gun that can take anything the blind or bog can dish out—while still being lithe and lively.

Remington V3 Shotgun Review

It boasts high-tech operating solutions that shift weight to the center without adding a big price tag. Here’s a made-in-America autoloader poised to take on the popular imports.

Remington V3 Shotgun: First Look

If you have even a mild interest in general-purpose shotguns, here’s some breaking news—Remington has a new autoloader. And no, astute observers, you’re not hearing an echo.

Redring Shotgun Sight

The Redring sight was designed as a training tool, and would be especially useful for those shooters that are used to optics.

The Remington VersaMax

The Remington VersaMax is at home in the upland field, the duck blind and even in the dove field. After all, maximum versatility is what the VersaMax is all about. Get an inside look as Sheriff Jim Wilson goes afield with this revolutionary shotgun.

3 1/2-inch Turkey Loads: Worth the Recoil?

Many turkey hunters are choosing to load heavy-hitting 3 1/2-inch shells into their guns. But does the extra firepower really make a difference?

Remington’s VersaMax: The Next Step

The VersaMax has an innovative gas system unlike anything we’ve seen.

Remington VersaMax Shotgun

The Remington VersaMax is at home in the upland field, the duck blind and even in the dove field. After all, maximum versatility is what the VersaMax is all about.

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