Best known for producing the John Browning-designed Auto-5 semi-automatic and Superposed over-under shotguns, Belgium’s Fabrique Nationale also made side-by-side double guns. And they had nothing to do with John Browning.
Side-by-Side Shotguns Championship Part 1
For many, there is just something special about owning a Beretta side-by-side shotgun, even if it's one of the more obscure ones made by the world’s oldest firearm manufacturer.
On this week’s “Gun of the Week” video preview, American Rifleman examines a first from Fabarm, a side-by-side break-action shotgun called the Autumn.
Side by Side Shotguns Championship Part 2
What's the history of this old Hollis & Sons side-by-side shotgun discovered on a southern California ranch? Read more here.
Watch this "I Have This Old Gun" segment from a recent episode of American Rifleman TV, which features the utilitarian Winchester Model 24 shotgun.
Check out this “Rifleman Review” segment from a recent episode of American Rifleman TV in which the crew takes a look at the lower-cost double barrel Merkel 40E shotgun.
Dan Lefever built the first hammerless side-by-side shotgun