There has been one thing for sure at Turner's Outdoorsman. When it comes to home defense, its customers have one firearm in mind. It doesn't matter what time of year it is, shotguns have been the defensive gun of choice.
It’s been a busy year for TriStar Arms when it comes to its Raptor shotguns. Every time you turn around, it seems like there is a new model being added to the line. And the company has done it again.
After almost three years off the market, Ruger has reintroduced its Red Label shotgun. And the retooled over-under shotgun's improvements have made the wait worth it.
There are jaw-dropping sporting clay courses across the country, well worth the price of entry. Here are some of the top shooting destinations for those shotgunners with wanderlust.
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.
Deer season typically means one thing, an uptick in the sale of deer guns. For a Virginia pawn shop one particular category of deer rifle has been flying off the shelves, affordable, entry-level models.
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.
For a retailer in southern Arizona, it isn't handguns or ARs that have gotten the nod for home defense guns. Instead, bullpup shotguns have become the popular choice among the store's defense-minded patrons.
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.