Shotgunning

Shotshell Pressure: How to Avoid Trouble

One hears about several types of pressure, but for handloading there is only one pressure that you truly need to understand, service pressure. Service pressure is the maximum pressure in pounds per square inch (psi) below which you can safely operate your particular shotgun and above which you can anticipate trouble.

The Basics of Wingshooting – Part II

In order for a wingshooter to become competent in the field, he must have the basics of shooting flying objects firmly in place.  In Part II of the series excerpted from the new Gun Digest Book of Shotgunning, Marty Fischer gives you more basic tips.

Florida Crowns Youth Sporting Clays Champions

Young sporting-clays shooters from across Florida earned state titles — with many qualifying to represent Florida at upcoming national championships — at the recent Scholastic Clay Target Program Florida Sporting Clays State Championship.

Beretta’s New UGB25 Xcel Shotgun

The new Beretta UGB25 Xcel shotgun features an innovative locking system with a break-open action that allows completely safe operation during competitions.

The Basics of Wingshooting – Part I

In order for a wingshooter to become competent in the field, he must have the basics of shooting flying objects firmly in place. In Part I of a two-part series excerpted from the new Gun Digest Book of Shotgunning, Marty Fischer gives you those basics.