In the world of tactical shotguns, 12-gauges have reigned supreme. But as Legacy's Gladius proves, the 20-gauge is starting to make headway into the defensive shotgun market.
To get everything out of a smooth bore when it matters most means feeding it the right loads. Here’s some top choices for defensive shotgun ammunition certain to come through in the most dire situations.
Winchester's Defender Line just got bigger with the addition of a 20-gauge segmenting slug, a round that aims to simplify the shotgun platform. It offers all the advantages of buckshot and a slug, without shooters having to reload.
With the shear amount of merchandise at the SHOT Show, it is difficult to pick favorites. But I've dared to do so, listing three guns that caught my eye from the slew of other firearms hitting the market.
Halloween is finally here and outside of costumes and candy there is only one way to celebrate, shooting pumpkins! Enjoy these 10 videos of people blasting these seasonal gourds with every conceivable caliber and gauge.
With the current ammunition shortages we are experiencing, more shooters are breaking into the handloading world like never before. If you’re not already among them, you owe it to yourself to give it a try. Here are a few suggestions to get you started on the right foot.
The choices available in shotguns can make selecting one a daunting task. Following these simple tips will help you hunt down the perfect scattergun.
Over-under and side-by-side shotguns might appear similar, but there is a wold of difference between the double-barrel shotguns' when breaking clay or wing shooting.
Sure, some “tac” guy behind the counter told you buckshot was the only way to go in your self-defense shotgun. He was only part right. “Remember, the load is called ‘buckshot’ because it was originally used for killing large animals, like buck deer … . It is powerful stuff … the shotgun round that...