Stoeger M3000

Stoeger M3000: An Affordable Semi-Auto Shotgun

Introduced in 2012 and featuring Benelli’s Inertia Driven System of operation, the Turkish made Stoeger M3000 line is an affordable 12-ga. semi-automatic shotgun line that has gained in popularity.

The Ohio National Guard Remington 870 Wingmaster Shotgun

In 2018, the Ohio National Guard surplussed off its stock of Remington 870 Wingmaster shotguns from its inventory to a retailer for sale. Follow Martin K. A. Morgan as he delves deeper into the history of these shotguns.

Review: Mossberg 590S Shockwave

This most recent version of the Mossberg 590 reliably feeds 1¾" mini shells for reduced levels of felt recoil and an increased on-board shell capacity.

Favorite Firearms: A Stevens Model 311 For The Country Cabin

In 1980, I was living in the District of Columbia, but needed some “country time,” so I bought a small cabin in Orange County, Va.

Favorite Firearms: A Remington 870 As A Door Prize

A new-car showing in Peoria, Ill., gave one family a brand-new Remington 870 Wingmaster they cherished for decades.

Favorite Firearms: A Stevens Model 94A For Hard Times

I was born in 1931 and grew up on a farm in south Mississippi. My dad was a sharecropper until I was in my teens during those very difficult times.

NRA Gun of the Week: Benelli 828U Sport

On this week’s “Gun of the Week,” American Rifleman staff take a close look at an over-under shotgun from Italy’s Benelli.

Editor’s Choice: Savage Renegauge

SAVAGE is charging into the rough-and-ready shotgun category with the Renegauge, an upscale, U.S.-built semi-automatic with a unique, home-grown gas operation that stifles recoil, plus a stock incorporating custom-fit features from the company’s AccuFit rifles.

My Favorite Firearm: Winchester Model 200 Ted Williams Edition

I was a teenager when my dad and I bought my first firearm. He worked at Sears & Roebuck, so we purchased the Winchester Model 200 Ted Williams edition 12-ga. pump-action that they sold there.

Tested: Crimson Trace LS-250G Lasersaddle

Since essentially creating the firearm-mounted laser sight industry back in 1994, Crimson Trace has steadily expanded its product lineup in order to offer sighting systems compatible with an ever broadening swath of guns on the market.

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