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On Scene At The Sporting Clays National Championship

American Rifleman Television attended the 2022 Sporting Clays National Championship for an in-depth look at the experience had by thousands of the nation's most-avid shotgunners.

New For 2023: Benelli Montefeltro

Benelli’s Montefeltro, a go-to favorite for many discerning shotgunners, has been redesigned for 2023, making the sporting classic an even more rigid backbone of the company’s upland and clay-target shotgun lineup.

Remington Recalls Premier AccuTip Slug Ammunition

Remington Ammunition has determined that some boxes of Remington Premier AccuTip Slugs may contain shells loaded with an incorrect propellant. Owners of the ammunition should not use them until they check to determine those they have on hand are not part of the limited number included in this safety recall.

New For 2023: Benelli Super Black Eagle BE.S.T. 28 Gauge

Benelli announced the expansion of its highly prized third-iteration of the Super Black Eagle shotgun line to include 28 gauge and its durable BE.S.T. finish.

All Choked Up: The Screw-In Solution

Once considered a gimmick, interchangeable chokes have revolutionized the art of shotgunning.

5 Hard-Hitting New Shotguns For 2023

This year, we're seeing many shotguns that are built on proven operating systems but have been updated to be even more controllable and easily used by today's consumers.

Davide Pedersoli: Fine Historical & Sporting Arms

Davide Pedersoli launched the business bearing his name in Italy, at first specializing in the production of over-under and side-by-side shotguns for hunting. Word of the quality coming out of his factory quickly spread, though, and today the firm produces classic American firearms alongside other fine sporting guns.

Shotgun Sales Shifting, Trending Upward, Analytics Reveal

America's interest this year in shotguns is on the rise, market analytics show, including purchase trends shifting from tactical to field-grade guns.

Rifleman Q&A: U.S. 'Trench Gun' Finishes

I’ve been looking to buy an all-original World War II Winchester trench shotgun. I’ve been offered a Parkerized Model 12 stamped “U.S.”, and it has the Ordnance Corps bomb on it. All of the other all-original guns that I have examined were blued. Were any World War II U.S. military shotguns originally Parkerized?

I Have This Old Gun: Winchester Model 12 'Trench' Gun

Approximately 80,000 Model 12 trench guns were manufactured between 1941 and 1944, and later production featured a Parkerized metal finish. Careful inspection will reveal four rows of holes in the handguard for barrel heat venting, changed from six during 1917.

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