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War Trophy: A Treasure from the National Firearms Museum

A gold damascened Merkel over-under shotgun has a chain of custody that includes some of the most famous-and infamous-military and political figures of the 20th century.

Gun of the Week: Ruger Red Label

Ruger's Red Label shotgun is back in style. Taken off the market in 2011, the Red Label is back with some modern internal design features and a lower suggested retail price.

Ruger Red Label

Ruger's Red Label shotgun is back in style. Taken off the market in 2011, the Red Label is back with some modern internal design features and a lower suggested retail price.

Ruger Red Label Review

The American-made Red Label over-under shotgun, which was unceremoniously dropped from the company catalog, is back now, completely re-engineered and more affordable than ever. And it’s still made here in the United States.

Weatherby Brings Back the Orion Over/Under Shotgun

The shotgun has been out of the lineup for about eight years, but makes it return in time for the 2015 SHOT Show.

I Have This Old Gun: Ruger Red Label

The Ruger Red Label shotgun grew out of Bill Ruger's strong desire to build an American-made over-under shotgun that could compete with the European guns of the day at a more palatable price point.

Benelli Announces Its First Over-Under—the 828U

Benelli announces its first over-under shotgun, the Model 828U, a gun the company is calling the perfect union of innovation and elegance.

Gun Review: Caesar Guerini Invictus

Would you like a shotgun that will shoot a million rounds and keep going? Caesar Guerini says its new Invictus will. Derived from the Latin word meaning “unconquerable” or “invincible,” the Invictus has several features that may indeed keep it around even when we’re using ray guns to break clays.

10 Shotguns to Own in Your Lifetime

What’s on your “bucket list” of shotguns you’d love to own? Here are 10 special shotguns that made significant contributions to firearm history—ones that every shooter should aspire to possess during his or her lifetime.

Editors' Picks—New for 2015: Benelli 828U

Benelli used to be exclusively associated with the term “semi-automatic” when used in conversation about hunting shotguns. Now, though, it could just as well mean “over-under.”

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