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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?

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.

Tested: Remington V3 Tac-13

Just a few years ago the shooting community witnessed the rise of a new commercially available defensive platform subset: pistol-grip “firearms” with barrels shorter than 18", chambered for shotgun shells.

Shooting the Remington V3 Field Sport Turkey Pro Shotgun

I hit the range recently to test Remington’s new V3 Field Sport Turkey Pro 12-gauge shotgun. First, I had to shovel out a place to sit in the three-plus feet of snow blanketing my sportsman’s club outdoor range.

A First Look at 2019’s New Guns

It's that time of year again when we get a glimpse of some of the new guns manufacturers are planning to ship in upcoming months.

Video—ARTV: Remington V3 Shotgun Review

The Remington V3 Shotgun is the focus of this "Rifleman Review" segment from a recent episode of American Rifleman Television.

Remington V3 Semi-Automatic Shotgun Now in Compact Model

Remington’s V3 shotgun is now available with a shorter length of pull for smaller-statured shooters.

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.

NRA Gun of the Week: Remington Versa Max Sportsman Turkey Shotgun

The gobbling sounds of spring are in air and a Remington shotgun this subject of this week’s Gun of the Week.

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.

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