5 Mistakes New Shooters Make
We all learn in different ways, and nothing is more powerful than a good mistake. For that matter, I urge those in teaching positions to respond to these situations with a gentle hand.
Shotgunning 101: The Perfect Gun Mount
When it comes to hitting birds or breaking clays, it all starts with a proper gun mount. Follow this advice and practice these drills, and you’ll see better results on the range or in the field.
NRA Gun Of The Week: Browning Citori Hunter Grade II
Follow American Rifleman staff on this “Gun Of The Week” with the Browning Firearms Citori Hunter Grade II, a field-ready, 16-gauge shotgun that sure doesn’t disappoint. In fact, this boxlock shotgun has everything you need and nothing that you don’t.
All Choked Up: The Screw-In Solution
Once considered a gimmick, interchangeable chokes have revolutionized the art of shotgunning.
Review: Champion FreedomBird Auto-Feed Trap Thrower
With its ease of portability and ability to take standard or midi-clay targets, the Champion FreedomBird auto-feed trap thrower allows shotgun enthusiast to enjoy club-style performance on their own range.
Krieghoff K-80: A Dominant Over-Under Shotgun Line
Today the K-80 is available in eight different versions and continues to dominate. Its performance remains world-class, thanks to a solid design and the company’s willingness to listen to feedback.
NRA Foundation Grants $252,000 For Ammo To USA Shooting
The NRA Foundation Board of Trustees has approved a $252,000 grant for USA Shooting to purchase the specific shotshells used by the National Team, National Development Team and National Junior Team.
Preview: Champion FreedomBird Auto-Feed Trap Thrower
For avid trapshooters, Champion Targets has the ultimate home-range accessory in its new FreedomBird.
Preview: Peters Paper Shotshells
With Remington Ammuniton’s return to the market, “paper or plastic?” is no longer a question just for the grocery store.
The A.H. Fox Single-Barrel Trap Gun: One Of America's Finest
Though not made in large numbers—and eventually killed off by the Great Depression—A.H. Fox Single Barrel Trap guns were some of the finest American trap guns ever built.