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Weatherby Orion Shotgun

Orion the Hunter is one of the most recognized constellations in the night sky, and for Weatherby, a recognizable new re-addition to its line of shotguns.

NRA Gun of the Week: Rock Island Armory VRBP-100

On this week’s “Gun of the Week,” American Rifleman staff delve into a bullpup-style shotgun by Rock Island Armory, the VRBP-100.

Review: EAA MKA 1919 Match Turkey Annihilator Shotgun

Familiarity of operation between firearms gives the user an undeniable edge in any shooting situation, be it hunting, competition or personal protection.

Review: IWI Tavor TS12

The Tavor TS12 shotgun from IWI US is one of the more interesting shotgun designs to emerge in recent years.

Review: EAA Churchill 512

Akkar started making auto-motive and gun parts in 1985 in Istanbul, Turkey, and it has been one of the leaders in the current rise of Turkish gunmaking.

Winchester’s Super X Pump: Legendary Lineage & Superlative Speed

The most recent line of pump-action shotguns from one of America’s oldest names lives up to the reputation for reliability and handling of its forebears—at a fraction of the cost.

Review: Browning Maxus II Wicked Wing

When Browning introduced the Maxus shotgun in 2009, clay shooters and bird hunters rejoiced. This light-recoiling scattergun seemed to handle any load that was shoved into it and was built to endure the rigors of outdoor life.

Mossberg's 590S: Short-Shell Specialist

Long a veteran of reliable performance and solid value, Mossberg’s 590 platform has been updated to handle the relative newcomers in shotshell ammunition that, while short in stature, significantly up the ante on capacity.

Supreme Versatility: The 12-Gauge Shotshell

From petite 12-ga., 2" shells all the way up to the artillery-like 3 1⁄2" magnums, the 12 gauge is an extremely versatile chambering that can, literally, do it all.

Latest Loads: A 12-Ga. Shell For Wingshooting

Now is the time to hone your wingshooting skills—and nothing is better at doing so than time spent on a sporting clays course. Here's a 12-ga. shotshell built for the job.

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