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Gun Review: Browning A5 Sweet Sixteen Shotgun

In 1903, two semi-automatic shotguns revolutionized hunting. John M. Browning’s long-recoil-operated Automatic-5—“Five shots under your finger,” read the advertising—and Swedish gunsmith Carl Axel Theodor Sjögren’s inertia-operated “Normal” shotgun.

Weatherby Element Waterfowler Max-5 Shotgun

Weatherby, a name synonymous with magnum-chambered rifles, has nonetheless been in the shotgun business since the 1960s, when it first imported Italian-made over-unders.

Celebrating 25 Years of the Benelli Super Black Eagle

Benelli’s inertia-driven Super Black Eagle was the first semi-automatic shotgun to chamber the 12-ga., 3½" shell. The landmark design did more than just work with the big shells—it changed a culture.

Review: Browning A5 3 1/2 Inch

Browning's new A5 semi-automatic shotgun combines the style of the original Automatic 5 with the inertia-driven operating system of the little-known Normal by Danish gunsmith Christian Sjörgren.

The Humpback Returns: Browning's New A5

The new A5 has some classic lines, but with an action all its own.

Benelli M4 Super 90: Combat Modernity

Moving the combat shotgun into the 21st century, the M4 Super 90 effectively combines the familiar with the innovative. (Photo Courtesy of U.S. Marine Corps)

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