When it comes to shotguns, there has been a marked turn toward home-defense. Here's a few points about taking up the defensive shotgun for the protection of yourself, home or office.
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.
One of the most timeless handguns produced has found a dedicated audience in Missouri, with Remington's version of the 1911 flying off the shelves of one gun store.
BlackBore has a new take on wad-eliminating chokes. The system's portage strips away the shotgun wad with sharp edges, helping to develop tighter patterns on a more consistent basis.
After a few years off the market, Ruger has re-released its Red Label over-under shotgun. And from initial reports, the New Hampshire-Arizona manufacturer has made all the right refinements.
For more than a decade, Blaser has seen its F3 shotgun line soar in popularity. And its favor with smoothbore fan continues to grow with the introduction of a lady's model.
Beretta's shotguns are renown worldwide for their beauty and performance. And the Italian company keeps on churning them out. Beretta's most recent addition, a smart looking over-under designed to rule in the field.
For a retailer in southern Arizona, it isn't handguns or ARs that have gotten the nod for home defense guns. Instead, bullpup shotguns have become the popular choice among the store's defense-minded patrons.
Given how pumps and semi-automatics dominate the market, a lever-action shotgun seems strange nowadays. But the Winchester 1887 was one of the first repeating smoothbores to find market success.