All of our shotgun reviews and tests by our shooting experts.
We stage a battle of bullpup shotguns that have remarkably similar capabilities—both hold 15 shells—but with different designs.
The pros and cons of four inexpensive slide-actions on the market today: the Remington 870, Mossberg 500, Benelli Nova, and Winchester SXP.
Don’t put a lifetime of shotgunning mistakes into your kid’s hands. Here’s what you need to know before you buy.
The best tool to defend your home is a shotgun. Here are six current models to consider for that important job.
They’re two long-time and popular slide-action shotguns, very similar in looks and price…but with some key differences. Which is better for you? We put each through a…
It’s a solidly built over/under available in a range of gauges, for about a quarter the cost of many O/Us. Here’s how it shoots.
While gunmakers typically come out with fine models, once in a while a clunker escapes. Here are half a dozen to put back on the rack.
We take a close look at—and put more than 1300 rounds through—the unique twin-magazine, 15-round, slide-action 12 gauge.
This first-ever autoloading shotgun, developed in 1903, was ahead of its time—and hunters, law enforcement, and military benefitted for nearly a century.
The revamped model bears only faint similarities to the popular over/under of old, but is a solid target gun at an excellent price.
It’s not the first shotgun to come in a non-standard hue, but Beretta’s “blue gun” offers more than a distinctive color.
It’s designed and sized solely for female shooters. But does a Syren make it easier for women to break targets? This trapshooting coach found out.
You can get an o/u at a good (or in some cases, great) price. But is it money well spent? We test four to find out.
For more than 60 years, the 870 has been the most dominant slide-action shotgun on the market. And it’s still going strong.
How the redesigned and affordable made-for-trap model fared under heavy use on the firing line.
Range365.com goes afield with the company’s new, modernistic—and first-ever—two-barrel model.
All-new technology and a friendly price tag highlight Remington’s newest model. Here’s how it performed in a long-term test.