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Blaser F3 Over-Under Shotgun

Blaser has applied its strengths of innovation and precision to an all-new, modular, competition over-under.

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.

Browning Expands Citori 725 Shotgun Lineup

Browning continues to expand its Citori 725 target shotgun line-up to include the new Pro Sporting and Pro Trap models.

Stevens Unveils New 301 Single-Shot Shotgun

Stevens has unveiled its newest shotgun.

Making the Grade: The Return of the Fox Shotgun

The new “Fox A Grade” by Savage resurrects one of the classic American doubles under the name of the brand that actually owns it.

Tested: Henry Single-Shot Shotguns and Rifles

Henry brings its unique touch of class to an often utilitarian segment of the shooting market.

A Pleasant Surprise: Sovereign Shotguns By Barrett

What started as a nice over-under and a side-by-side has grown into the Barrett Sovereign line that now includes a competition clays gun and a surprisingly value-priced over-under.

Tested: CZ USA Sharp-Tail Coach Gun

The term “coach gun,” just as you’d expect, comes from the horse-drawn, four-wheeled conveyance.

Tested: FAIR Iside Shotgun

Isidoro Rizzini established Fabbrica Armi Isidoro Rizzini (FAIR) in Brescia, Italy, back in 1971, and today the maker offers a full line of over-under and side-by-side shotguns.

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