The sweet 16 gauge shotgun is the most logical of all the gauges. Despite this fact, it has fallen from popular use. Terry Wieland explains why.
A digital collection of some of Nick Hahn's best scribing about shotguns - from over/unders and side-by-side double barrels, American and foreign, collectible and memorable. It’s a great look at one writer’s slant on a single genre of scatterguns.
Leave nothing to chance this spring with some of today’s greatest gobbler getting shotguns. Check out 8 photos of new turkey shotguns for 2013.
The new year promises to be a blast with these seven top new offerings selected to meet every scattergunner’s purpose…and budget.
Over/under & side-by-side shotguns are common, but a three-barrel shotgun? In the "1991 Gun Digest," Larry Sterett wrote a gun review about just such a gun.
The Remington 870 could rightly be called an "ageless" shotgun, now surpassing 62 years in production. This photo gallery celebrates America's favorite pump-action shotgun.
The Gun Digest Store often has great promotions running, but a few of the offers in the new, 70th Anniversary Sale surprised even me. Here's my list of deals that are definitely worth checking out.
Over 35 countries choose the American-made Remington 870 shotgun, even over their own domestic shotgun manufacturers, for police and military use. That says a lot.
Thanks to everyone who commented for a chance to win this great Gun Digest collection. After watching the comments roll in for the past several days, I must confess I had no idea that drinking hot eggnog with bourbon was such aberrant behavior!