Shotshells

Hornady Superformance & Heavy Mag

Shotgun Ammo Rundown 2013

Check out these great new loads for scatterguns and slugsters - five ammo choices sure to accomplish any task asked of your shotgun.

Gun Digest Book of Green Shooting: Non-Toxic Ammunition for Shotguns, Rifles & Handguns

Reloading Shotgun Shells: With Non-Toxics, Stick to the Load Data

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...

Ithaca Waterfowler 12-gauge shotgun

Late-Season Goose Hunting Guns, No. 3

Sorry for the gap in posts, folks. Been really busy with manuscripts for some really exciting books coming out this spring and fall. Have recently edited a fantastic book on big-bore revolvers that everyone is going to love, even if all you’ve ever owned is a J-frame S&W snubby. Also taking time has been...

Browning A-bolt Shotgun Stalker

Coyote Hunting Guns, Setup No. 9

There are places rifles just aren't welcome, but you can still coyote hunt, especially if you're bringing along this wonderfully functional and rugged bolt-action shotgun from Browning. Plus, we've got one humdinger of a decoy from Flambeau. Check it out!

Shotshells

10 Hot Tips For Dove Season, Part II

I've got five more ways for you to get your limit of doves, from opening day until the last one's flown south--plus a special bonus piece on shooting 'em up North!

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.

Shotgun-Replacement

Reloading Equipment for Shotgunners: Manufacturers and Gear

So you’re going to begin reloading. For $250 or perhaps even less, you can get set up with excellent new equipment and buy all of the components you require to begin building your own shotshells. This article will help you get started.