Hunting season was good for one Kentucky retailer, who enjoyed steady sales of moderately priced rifles and the full spectrum of shotguns.
Customizing an AR is part of the attraction of owning one. For a retailer in the Bluegrass State, this has meant accessories for the firearm has flown off the shelves.
Like most companies, 20-gauge shotguns were late additions to Browning's catalog. But, the wait was worth it, with two of the iconic manufacturer's most popular models being produced in the lighter bore.
You've gotten proficient with your shotgun and you're ready to get on some birds. You need not stay close to home to do so, however. Check out these three interesting wingshooting destinations for your next hunt.
The 28-gauge has proven its worth on the field and range, and number of manufacturers are turning out nice options in this nifty gauge.
There's little doubt 20-gauge shotguns are gaining popularity as defensive firearms. And with Mesa Tactical's new stock adapter for the Remington 870, the smaller bore guns can now be decked out with a slew of different stocks.
There has been one thing for sure at Turner's Outdoorsman. When it comes to home defense, its customers have one firearm in mind. It doesn't matter what time of year it is, shotguns have been the defensive gun of choice.
It’s been a busy year for TriStar Arms when it comes to its Raptor shotguns. Every time you turn around, it seems like there is a new model being added to the line. And the company has done it again.
After almost three years off the market, Ruger has reintroduced its Red Label shotgun. And the retooled over-under shotgun's improvements have made the wait worth it.