The MP12 bullpup shotgun, a dual-tube magazine design in 12-gauge, is the first Smith and Wesson shotgun offering in many years
Mag fed shotguns have been around for decades, but they were hard to find. Not anymore. Now you can upgrade your pump-action shotgun, find a suitably AR style shotgun, or take a hint from Owen Zastava Pitt and run an AK style semi-automatic shotgun.
Who doesn't love a shotgun with a capacity that changes from 5 to 9 o 19 rounds? The VRPA40 brings a pump action to the VR line.
Looking for unfailing reliability and increased capacity? Check out the Mossberg 590M.
The U.S. Marshals are the country’s oldest federal law enforcement agency. Their storied history is full of gunfights, felons, and plenty of bad guys getting their rightful comeuppance. The U.S. Marshal’s service has a unique role in the Federal Court system that protects high profile witnesses that are often in danger due to their testimony. […]
This old 870 saw service with the Ohio National Guard. How does the classic 870 stand up after decades of hard use?
Technically these guns aren’t shotguns, so maybe my title is misleading. They fit most of the technical terms for shotguns, but legally since they’ve never had a stock, they aren’t shotguns. These ‘firearms’ captured American shooters with their NFA defying nature in 2017. I own both and love really love the concept, but which gun […]
Looking for the latest twist on an old classic? Remington Arms Company recently announced it would now offer versions of the 870 pump shotgun that feed from detachable box magazines. Now you can get an 870's reliability with more capacity.
<p>The old fashioned sawed-off shotgun was so appealing to the criminal underworld that politicians felt compelled to place some hardocre restrictions on who could own one. That's something we have to live with. And it is well worth the headache of the tax-stamp. Here's why:</p>