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Stoeger Coach Gun: Best-Selling Side-By-Side Shotgun

Side-by-side shotguns don't have to be expensive and custom to be useful, and the proof is in Stoeger's affordable Coach Gun.

Rifleman Q&A: IDing an Unknown Side-By-Side Shotgun

An American Rifleman reader wrote into the magazine, asking for more information on this nearly unmarked side-by-side shotgun. Here's what we learned.

New for 2020: EAA Corp. Churchill Shotguns

New for 2020, EAA Corp. announced it would be importing a collection of shotguns under the Churchill brand name, including both over-under and side-by-side models.

5 Best-Selling Shotguns of 2019

What topped the sales charts of shotguns in 2019? Check out the top results in each category as outlined by the GunBroker Gun Genius engine.

Video—ARTV: The Remington Shotgun Story

Follow along with "American Rifleman" staff as they trace the Remington shotgun story from the company's first hammer-guns, all the way up to the V3 Field Sport.

I Have This Old Gun ... Remington New Model 1889 Side-By-Side Shotgun

America’s oldest firearm company, Remington Arms, celebrated its 200th anniversary in 2016 with an impressive array of commemoratives.

Fox by Savage Arms Adds New A Grade Series Shotguns

Fox Shotguns presented by Savage Arms has added new A Grade Series Shotguns to its line.

A Look Back at the A.H. Fox Shotguns

The Fox was and remains one of the great American-made shotguns of the 20th century.

Merkel Model 40e Side-By-Side Shotgun Review

While some German makers have devoted themselves to more modern, technologically advanced shotguns, Merkel still makes traditional Teutonic over-unders, side-by-sides and drillings.

Tonight on American Rifleman TV: 200 Years of Remington, Part 1; Merkel Model 40E

It was 200 years ago that the Remington name first appeared on a gun barrel.

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