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.
This affordable plastic shotgun sight can change your shotgunning perspective.
Learn the swing through, pull away and maintained lead methods to hit more moving targets with your shotgun. Wingshooting expert Marty Fischer explains how.
Whether you're an aspiring or experienced wingshooter, you'll learn something in this 25-image photo gallery from the Gun Digest Book of Shotgunning.
If you are already familiar with the basics of reloading, you probably know that non-toxic loads are a little different in composition – in the load data or recipe – and that you can never simply substitute ingredients. Find out what's available in non-toxic shotshell loads, how they perform, keys to successful reloading for...
Blind Side is a definite unique alternative to that Same Old Steel Syndrome. Every little bit helps in the duck blind.
History doesn't record who thought up Targo — a game of miniature skeet. However, Mossberg must take some of the responsibility, because they promoted the game and made guns for it.
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.
From the Gun Digest Book of Shotgunning, Marty Fischer explains how to avoid the 7 most common mistakes causing you to miss.