The Breda autoloader, which appeared in the U.S. in the early 1950s, was an exceptionally well made, long-recoil operated, Browning-type shotgun. Its distinguishing features were that it could be completely disassembled without tools, and all parts were machined and polished.
Nothing warms up a frozen deer hunter like hot cocoa, hand warmers and a new gun book.
Big-bore revolutionary John Linebaugh shares his thoughts on why bigger is better but faster isn’t.
Gun review of the versatile Rossi Wizard, a unique multi-gun you can change from .22LR to .243 to .50 caliber muzzleloader!
Gun repair, maintenance and shotgun cleaning just got easier, with our newest book release, "Gun Digest Book of Shotguns Assembly/Disassembly 3rd Edition." This week, we’re giving away a copy of this must-have gun book to one lucky winner.
There are a number of things that were unique to the Remington Model 870 when it first appeared. Many have remained through the years, but there were a few unusual features that have not survived the test of time.
Gun enthusiasts can hardly be considered a homogeneous group. The variety of interests spans gun collecting, target shooting, hunting, concealed carry, personal protection, gunsmithing and reloading. The focus for any individual might be rifles, shotguns, handguns, or all of the above. This week, in celebration of this diverse group, we're giving away a copy...
P.O. Ackley gave the world — both wildcatters and average shooters alike — a 7mm to love: the .280 Ackley Improved. And all these years later it’s still one of the most versatile big game hunting cartridges ever conceived.
It’s always good to clean your gun and keep it in top-notch shape. Why, then, would you intentionally foul the bore by sending a shot down the barrel prior to heading out on a hunt?