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Tested: Browning Cynergy Wicked Wing Shotgun

Browning’s Cynergy line of boxlock over-under shotguns was announced in 2004, and initial thoughts were that the functional design was excellent but the styling, particularly the buttstock, might put off some customers.

The 2017 American Rifleman Practical Holiday Gift Guide

The firearm enthusiast in your life doesn’t have visions of sugarplums dancing in his head. He dreams of cool gear and useful accessories. Need some ideas so it doesn’t appear Santa elves fell asleep on the job? Feel free to borrow from our list:

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.

NRA Editors "Pull!" Their Weight at Benelli USA Invitational Shoot

NRA Editors were among the 214 sporting clays shooters who helped raise more than $31,000 for Freedom Hunters, an organization that supports outdoor opportunities for active duty and combat veterans.

Stoeger Longfowler

The Longfowler is tough-as-nails, reliable and readily capable of downing ducks and geese at long range through a range of less-than-ideal conditions.

Weatherby SA-08 Deluxe 28-Gauge

Though certainly better known for its rifles, Weatherby has long been producing a selection of fine shotguns. The company’s primary semi-automatic shotgun line, labeled SA-08, offers a bevy of options—and among its latest additions is the Deluxe 28-gauge.

Winchester SXP Waterfowl Shotgun

The SXP Waterfowl handles both light and heavy loads with the reliability of a pump shotgun.

Remington’s VersaMax: The Next Step

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

Ithaca Model 37 Featherlight

First offered in 1937, the all-steel Featherlight is an improvement on the basic Remington Model 17 shotgun design.

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