Have a youth aiming to get into shotgunning or know a small-framed shooter in the market for a new gun? Browning might have the answer with the release of the Cynergy Micro Midas.
Like most companies, 20-gauge shotguns were late additions to Browning's catalog. But, the wait was worth it, with two of the iconic manufacturer's most popular models being produced in the lighter bore.
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.
There are places rifles just aren't welcome, but you can still coyote hunt, especially if you're bringing along this wonderfully functional and rugged bolt-action shotgun from Browning. Plus, we've got one humdinger of a decoy from Flambeau. Check it out!
Browning outdoes its own venerable A-bolt in the thumbhole stocked M1000 Eclipse model. Plus, an eco-friendly ammo choice from Remington.
Youth Deer Gun, Setup No. 4--Not all deer will walk under your treestand and let you take a poke at 25 yards. Nope, those "other" deer, better known as the mule deer of the western plains, require a much different rig than their skittish cousins of the hardwoods.
The Browning A-5 humpback is back! However, the iconic humpback-shaped receiver is the only thing this new Browning autoloader shares with its legendary namesake.
Finding the right rifle for a planned adventure is almost as sweet as discovering a Picasso in your grandmother's attic.
It was a sad day in 1999 when Browning announced it was discontinuing the Auto-5 humpback. There wasn’t a dry eye in the house — at least not my house.