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SilencerCo recently unveiled the Salvo 12, which it touts as the first commercially-viable shotgun suppressor. Photo: SilencerCo.

SilencerCo Making Noise with Shotgun Suppressor

The interest in suppressors continues to grow and now has crossed over to the shotgun world. The Salvo 12 aims to be a suppressor for the masses with SilencerCo touting it as the first commercially-viable shotgun suppressor.

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Beretta Unveils Elegant New Over-Under Shotgun

Beretta's shotguns are renown worldwide for their beauty and performance. And the Italian company keeps on churning them out. Beretta's most recent addition, a smart looking over-under designed to rule in the field.

While a lever-action shotgun seems strange today, tAs this replica Winchester Model 1887 demonstrates, a lever-action shotgun is a strange design. But the gun was one of the first successful repeating smoothbores.he Winchester Model 1887 was one of the first successful repeating smoothbores.

Video: Winchester’s Unique Lever-Action Shotgun

Given how pumps and semi-automatics dominate the market, a lever-action shotgun seems strange nowadays. But the Winchester 1887 was one of the first repeating smoothbores to find market success.

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Gallery: 2014 New Tactical Shotguns

If you're looking to upgrade your tactical collection or simply want a new gun to protect your family and your property, today’s tactical shotgun options perform as slick as they look. Here are four new ones worthy of rapid deployment should the situation dictate.

While affordable, the Citori 725 line offers elegant features, such as engraving and three grades of walnut.

Browning Adds 20 Gauge to Citori 725 Line

Browning made waves a few years back, introducing an updated version of its Citori over-under shotgun. The 725 has proven so popular, in fact, the company has now released a 20-gauge version.

For waterfowlers, the Breda was available in 10-gauge and in 12-gauge 3-inch magnum models. These guns weighed from 7½ pounds in 12-gauge, up to 8½ pounds in 10-gauge.

Gun Collecting: The Unique Breda Shotgun

The Breda autoloader, which appeared in the U.S. in the early 1950s, was an exceptionally well made, long-recoil operated, Browning-type shotgun. Its distinguishing features were that it could be completely disassembled without tools, and all parts were machined and polished.