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Photo Gallery: 20 Eye-Popping Custom Guns

The best custom gun work ever done is being accomplished today, writes Tom Turpin, author of Modern Custom Guns, 2nd Edition. Judge for yourself in this stunning photo gallery featuring 20 of the most amazing custom and engraved guns ever assembled in one place.

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Ruger Re-introduces its Red Label Shotguns

After nearly 3 years off the market, many believed Red Label Shotguns were a thing of the past. Nothing could have been further from the truth. Ruger took the smoothbore back to the drawing board and recently the company unveiled the tweaks it made to the well known over-and-under.

This is the MCS—Modular Combat System—for the Model 870. Three stocks, three barrels, two magazine tubes, accessory mounts, and Remington’s REM LOC quick-change stock system allow officers and military personnel to customize their shotgun to meet ever-changing circumstances in the field.

Hot: The Remington 870 MCS Tactical Shotgun

There is no other shotgun system quite like Remington’s Model 870 MCS, and its design allows the company to sell the system to countries that have adopted other makes for their daily use tactical shotgun.

The SureShell Shotshell Carrier and Rail System, now with a model for the Remington VERSA MAX Shotgun.

SureShell, Keeping the Hungry VERSA MAX Well Fed

Too much ammunition, it’s a problem most shooters wished they had. This especially goes for owners of the VERSA MAX Shotgun. Mesa Tactical has a solution to keep Remington's hungry smoothbore well fed, expanding its shell carrying system to be mounted on the semi-automatic.

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3 Wingshooting Methods Explained

Learn the swing through, pull away and maintained lead methods to hit more moving targets with your shotgun. Wingshooting expert Marty Fischer explains how.