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How to Choose the Right Buckshot Load for Home Defense

Defensive shotgun ammunition goes light years beyond “double-aught buck.” Here's a rundown of how to...

SAAMI Accepts Two New Cartridges

In fall 2019, SAAMI standardized two new cartridge designs, one centerfire-rifle round and one shortened...

Review: Aguila Minishells

Tired of dealing with punishing recoil from your go-to 12-gauge shotgun? This line of Aguila...

The Golden Age of Tactical Shotguns

We may just be seeing the perfect storm for the evolution of the defensive scattergun.

Review: Remington Tac-13

If you’re a road warrior searching for Twinkies, nothing will help you terminate the living...

First Look: Federal Premium Shorty Shotshell

Joining a number of shortened shotshells on the market, Federal Premium announced the release of...

Range Review: SRM Arms 1228 Shotgun

Representing a unique innovation in the tactical-shotgun market, the SRM Arm 1228 is designed to...

Shooting South of the Border: Copa Aguila 2017

The 2017 Copa Aguila shooting competition shows that responsible firearms culture is alive and well...

Review: Mossberg 590 Shockwave

Mossberg’s latest firearm, the 590 Shockwave, is not technically a shotgun, but it might make...

Does Barrel Length Matter for a Home-Defense Shotgun?

With the introduction of shorter non-NFA shotguns to the market, such as the Mossberg Shockwave,...

OpSol Offers Mini-Clip Shotgun Adapter

The OpSol Mini-Clip allows owners of Mossberg shotguns to use 1.75-inch 12-gauge Aguila MiniShells in...

Watch: 12-Gauge Aguila MiniShells

Aguila MiniShells measure 1.75 inches long, allowing shooters to double their capacity and carry more...

Little Big Stuff: Aguila MiniShells

Aguila manufactures a variety of buckshot, duplex and slug MiniShells that offer increased capacity and...

Reduced Recoil Shotgun Loads

Reduced-recoil loads offer softer shooting—fostering more practice—which we can all agree is a good thing.