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NRA Gun of the Week: Franchi Instinct SL

On this week’s “Gun of the Week,” American Rifleman staff examine the Franchi Instinct SL, an Italian-made over-under designed to be light in the hands for extended field sessions in pursuit of flying game.

NRA Gun of the Week: Benelli 828U Sport

On this week’s “Gun of the Week,” American Rifleman staff take a close look at an over-under shotgun from Italy’s Benelli.

Tonight on ARTV: Inside Benelli; Springfield Armory Saint Victor; U.S. M1918 BAR

Join ARTV tonight on Outdoor Channel as we head to Italy for an inside look at Benelli, one of Italy’s …

The Keefe Report: Remington Model 11

Today, we take for granted the fact that a semi-automatic shotgun is simply going to work.

Remington Autoloading Shotguns: The Epic

America’s oldest gunmaker has been building semi-automatic shotguns for more than a century. Today, models such as the Versa Max and V3 join the ranks of the 1100 and 11-87 as proof of Big Green’s commitment to the technologically advanced self-loader.

NRA Gun of the Week: EAA MC312 Shotgun

Watch as American Rifleman's Christopher Olsen tests an imported inertia-operated shotgun from EAA.

The Keefe Report: Stoeger Firearms

The company featured on this month’s cover has traveled an interesting road. It started on Fifth Avenue in New York City in 1918. That’s when Austrian immigrant Alexander F. Stoeger sent out his first fliers advertising guns and accessories.

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.

NRA Gun of the Week: Browning A5 Sweet Sixteen Shotgun

American Rifleman’s Kelly Young gets a closer look at Browning’s A5 Sweet Sixteen shotgun.

Tested: Stoeger M3020 Shotgun

Stoeger Industries, Inc., a corporation beneath the extensive Beretta Holding S.p.A. umbrella of companies, has imported Turkish-made, semi-automatic shotguns since 2001, when the 3"-chambered, 12-ga. M2000 was introduced.

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