Trench

I Have This Old Gun: Winchester Model 12 'Trench' Gun

Approximately 80,000 Model 12 trench guns were manufactured between 1941 and 1944, and later production featured a Parkerized metal finish. Careful inspection will reveal four rows of holes in the handguard for barrel heat venting, changed from six during 1917.

Rifleman Q&A: Dram Equivalent

Looking at the variety of shotgun ammunition available at my local gun shop, I have noticed that some boxes list “dram equivalent” along with shot size and shell length. Can you explain the term’s significance?

New For 2022: Stevens Model 555 Sporting

Stevens Shotguns has introduced a new addition to its lineup of over-and-under shotguns, with the Model 555 Sporting.

I Have This Old Gun: Ruger's Red Label

Watch this American Rifleman Television segment of "I Have This Old Gun" from 2020 to learn about the Ruger's Red Label over-under shotgun line.

The Model 1100: Remington's Well-Respected Semi-Auto Shotgun

The gunmaking legend is back at it at the Ilion, N.Y., factory, employing many of the same craftsmen, supervisors and management personnel. The company is concentrating initial efforts on manufacturing Model 870s, but plans including bringing back Model 1100s.

Review: Blue Line Pump 12 Gauge Shotgun

Imported by Blue Line Solutions of Ferndale, Wash., one of the most affordable pump-action shotguns available today is simply called the Blue Line Pump.

Benelli: Super Black Eagle & What's Next

Watch this American Rifleman Television feature segment from 2020 to continue learning about Benelli, its Super Black Eagle shotgun line and what's next for the firm's designs.

Preview: TactaLoad Flash-5 Gunstock

TactaLoad developed a buttstock for Mossberg and Remington pump-action shotguns in 12 gauge that allows fast access to additional rounds stored in its internal cavity.

ARTV: Scholastic Clay Target Program National Championship

Watch this American Rifleman Television feature segment from 2020 to learn more about the Scholastic Clay Target Program National Championship and how it promotes clay target shooting to younger generations of competitors.

In Memoriam: George Trulock

George Trulock, founder of Trulock Choke Tubes, passed away on June 13 at Archbold Medical Hospital in Thomasville, Ga., after a battle with pancreatic cancer.

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