I would label the Light Super line of shotguns as “budget” options. However, this does not mean that Silver Eagle sacrificed quality or attention to detail in order to meet this criteria! The Light Super is packed with high quality characteristics that make this shotgun an incredible value.
The first time I hefted Browning’s new Cynergy, it left me feeling pleasantly surprised and excited to take it afield in pursuit of gobblers. The shotgun is lightweight, well balanced, carries pleasantly, and comes to the shoulder nicely.
Tough, Versatile, and Budget-Friendly, Midland’s Backpack Shotgun Might be Your Best Hiking CompanionUpdated: June 7, 2018
“If I could only have one gun…” We’ve all asked this question. It’s a hypothetical doomsday scenario for most, but anyone hoping to carry a firearm on a backpacking trip has felt the reality of this dilemma. The happy medium between compact, lightweight, and versatile can be difficult, if not impossible, to achieve.
This week, I got my hands on a new Fox A Grade shotgun, presented by Savage Arms. This was not my usual fair, in fact, I felt remarkably underdressed when I started my review. Opening the non-descript outer case, complete with a briefcase style numerical lock, revealing a beautiful red lined felt interior. As I [...]
Blaser is not a centuries-old European gun dynasty, but in the last 50+ years it has made a name for itself with innovative designs and production of high-quality rifles, shotguns and drillings. The continues in the tradition of the F3, as a shotgun that delivers performance and innovation, but at a significantly more affordable cost. [...]
“Phil, we’re going to pass on him; he’s just a bit too short for what we’re looking for.” Really? The bull was as dead as yesterday, comfortably wading in the billabong, completely oblivious to the hunters standing 40 paces away behind the shade tree on the bank. But, professional hunter Graham Williams was very serious, and all I could do was draw the rifle down on the buffalo and count coup. Something in my body language must have expressed frustration, and the ever-cool Willams uttered what I would soon learn was his catch-phrase: “Please be patient, there are many bulls to be looked over.” I shouldered the big German double, and continued on the buffalo trail beside the series of waterholes that dotted the small valley.
With a company name of Fabricca Armi Isidoro Rizzini (FAIR), this little 20-gauge jewel has definitely pulled off an under promise and over deliver scenario with the Iside model. FAIR is a northern Italian firearms manufacturer that has been in business since 1971. They have been building and providing fine firearms for years and are now imported by the Italian Firearms Group (IFG) operating out of a facility built in Amarillo, Texas.
Whether you’re a survivalist looking for a trail gun or a parent looking for a first firearm, the Stevens Model 301’s low cost, simple functionality and reliability make it a great addition to any collection.
Wingshooting is equal parts mechanics and voodoo; it’s one of the shooting arts that never really came naturally to me. But, I do enjoy hunting ruffed grouse and pheasants, and a fine shotgun. The Fausti Class LX in 28 gauge is not your average shotgun.
The over/unders (O/U) can make for a great turkey gun. Having two different chokes on tap lets you match the range to your bird, and no other gun gives such fast follow-up shots. The new Browning Cynergy Ultimate Turkey Shotgun gives you that and a whole lot more.