From about 1880 ’till the beginning of World War I, so-called “contract guns” were sold as house brands by scores of hardware and sporting-goods dealers under the names of gun companies that never existed except on paper—an external hammer shotgun can be a thing of beauty or a disaster waiting to happen.
This week on American Rifleman Television, we tour the Performance Center of Smith & Wesson, test the Colt Anaconda and examine the history of the Howdah Pistol.
The Stoeger Double Defense break-action, double-barreled shotguns are set up purely for home defense, and come in 12-ga. and 20-ga. versions.
Today's shotgunners continue to seek out CZ's Bobwhite G2 over-under shotgun, even though it's a more traditional design.
Stoeger's Coach Gun took top honors in GunBroker's best-seller list of 2020.
On this week’s “Gun of the Week,” American Rifleman staff examine the a revolver designed for self defense that fires two rounds of .22 WMR. per two-finger trigger press.