Getting a shotgun to hit where you point it can be a challenge. But there are a few tricks of the trade that will get you smashing more clays and bagging more birds the next time you break out your smoothbore.
The 28-gauge has proven its worth on the field and range, and number of manufacturers are turning out nice options in this nifty gauge.
Shyanne Roberts competitive shooting career has been on target from the get-go. At the ripe age of 10, she is hanging with and beating the big guns of shooting.
Starting its life as the main battle cartridge of NATO, the 7.62x51 (.308 Winchesters) has become a favorite of shooters of every stripe. Whether in competition or game field, the snappy .30 caliber is a thumper.
Over-Under shotguns typically can cost a pretty penny to get into. But Stevens' new 555 aims to give shooters an economical option that doesn't scrimp on the features.
Dick Jones won the North State Regional 1,000 Yard Championship at Camp Butner, N.C., two consecutive years. The competitive shooter relays some of the tricks, tips and considerations of high-performance long-range shooting.
Touted as the greatest battle rifle ever, the M1 Garand's is one of America's most storied firearms. The M1's rich history continues to grow today, as this rifle remains a popular option among collectors and competitors.
Colt sponsored shooter Mark Redl has been on a roll this season and kept it going recently in Harvard, Mass. Redl earned first place Aug. 17 in the Custom Defensive Pistol Division at the New England Regional IDPA Championship.
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.