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The impressive engineering in Winchester's Hex Steel Shot delivers superior results on the hunt.
Winchester’s new Super X4 takes the manufacturer’s already great SX3 and improves upon it, offering a do-all shotgun fit for a number of shooting endeavors.
Determining your hold point at a sporting clays station get you in the position for success.
Mossberg rounds out its 590 Shockwave line with a model chambered for the highly manageable and potent .410.
The shotgun reigns supreme for defending your home. Period.
From red-hot 10mm defensive loads to blinding rail lights, we've got everything you need to secure your humble or not so humble abode.
Swing and follow-through aren't the only aspects that get you shotgun on target. Master fundamental footwork and you'll bag more birds.
Sporting clays shooters go to all ends to break more blue rock, but could greater consistency be as simple as loading your shotgun early at a station?
There are great deals on vintage shotguns for those willing to shop, but you better ask the right question before putting cold, hard cash on the table.
There were a number of great American double-barrel shotguns from the late 19th and early 20th centuries that remain highly collectible and fine shooters.
The new technology going into mass-produced ammunition is making factory ammo as good — or better — than handloads.
Optimized to break clays without mercy, the A300 Outlander Sporting has the stuff to own the range.
Nikon's first foray into reflex sights, the P-TACTICAL SPUR appears to have everything to get a shooter on target fast.
These are the men whose gun designs shaped American firearms as we know them today.
Some of the hottest and most dependable must-have shooting gear and accessories for marksman of every stripe.
A firsthand look at Aguila Ammunition's cool new shotgun loads dedicated to breaking more clays.

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