Tag: shotguns

Shotgun Ammo Buyers Guide

By Carlos Huerta The shotgun is the most recognizable firearm on the market with that signature “Ku-Chak” sound. Better yet, there are an impressive variety of shotgun rounds available to load into your shotgun. It’s an incredibly reliable and adaptable weapon. The shotgun can adapt to any circumstances and any …

Home Defense – Pistol, Rifle, or Shotgun

By Vic Laboy You’re enjoying a late-night movie with your spouse or resting on your day off when you’re startled by the sound of glass shattering. After investigating, you discover a home invasion is in progress and you must defend yourself against an attacker. What is your go-to home defense …

Mossberg Maverick 88 with Folding Stock Review

By Carlos Huerta The pump action shotgun is probably the most widely recognized type of firearm there is. It’s not just the look, but the sound of the slide being racked as well. Pump actions are also typically the cheapest style of firearm you can get. To this day, however, …

Beretta A400 Xtreme Plus – Review & Field Test

By Tony Martins With significant fanfare, Beretta announced their new “Plus” model A400 Xtreme at the NRA Show in Dallas back in May. Released earlier this month, the new model is touted as “the next step in the evolution of the world’s softest shooting waterfowl shotgun.” Although A400 shotguns have …

Mossberg Silver Reserve II Shotgun Review

By Trampas Swanson In the world of shotgun shooting sports, the sky is virtually the limit in what you can pay for a good upland game, trap, or skeet gun, especially when considering the traditional over / under configuration. With names such as Krieghoff, Kolar, and Perazzi, one can purchase …

Remington 870 Shotgun – Review Of A Classic

By Trampas Swanson With all the talk about gun control, terrorism and home defense going on in the world media today, now more than ever, people are taking a stand for their own protection. With that being said, I thought it was time to take a look at one of …

Browning A5 Shotgun Review

  By Pete Rogers If there was ever a gun that I admired growing up it was the classic Browning A5 Shotgun, also known as “Humpback,” “Humpy,” or just the A5. This was and still is an iconic shotgun. Designed by John Browning in 1898 and patented in 1900, the …

Mossberg 590 Shockwave Review

By Trampas Swanson As a retired Law Enforcement Officer and current NRA firearms instructor, I can tell you firsthand, there is no other readily accessible close-range powerhouse firearm on the market as devastating as the shotgun. Although mainly thought of as a sporting platform, it’s role in self-defense cannot be …

Mossberg 500: Thunder Ranch Edition

By Trampas Swanson Regardless if the discussion is about duck hunting, skeet shooting, or Military / Law Enforcement duty, the 12 gauge pump shotgun has undoubtedly played the largest roll, across the board, than any other firearm platform in history. As we began to cover late last year, two models …