On this week’s “Gun of the Week,” American Rifleman staff delve into a bullpup-style shotgun by Rock Island Armory, the VRBP-100.
When stuff happens at home—like the ubiquitous bump in the night—what is your first move? If you're going for a gun, is it a pistol, a shotgun or a rifle? Here's a closer look at considering a pump-action shotgun.
American Rifleman’s Kelly Young takes a close look at the AR-themed, self-loading shotgun from TriStar.
We stopped by the Federal booth during 2019 SHOT Show's Industry Day at the Range to get the long and short of the new Federal Shorty.
Recently a neighbor asked my advice on purchasing a home-defense shotgun—his first gun in fact, and the first one he would shoot since the .22s of his Boy Scout days.
After all these years, the defensive shotgun is still around because it is a proven fight stopper.
Design, form and function came together in a perfect shotgun storm 66 years ago. Here's the story of the Remington 870 shotgun.
Blackwater Firearms is offering its Sentry 12, a pump-action 12-ga. shotgun that features a detachable box magazine and AR-15-style controls.
Smith & Wesson expanded its M&P line with the company's first shotgun, a bullpup-style design chambered for 12-ga. shotshells and featuring twin magazine tubes for added capacity.
This defensive pump action is loaded with features and affordably priced.