If there’s any one thing common to new shotguns released for 2020, it’s that there’s no one thing tying them together.
While length-of-pull and overall weight are important in how one handles a shotgun, there’s another critical fit that’s sometimes overlooked.
Remington’s versatile and utilitarian pump-action 870 has been around for 70 years and available in countless iterations.
We all hate that thought question, “If you could only have one gun, what would it be?”—but we all answer it, don’t we? Of course, it's a shotgun.
The versatility of the 12-gauge shotgun makes it a natural choice for a quick, handy arm to have nearby should you need to relocate quickly.
Is the basic bead sight ideal for your home-defense shotgun? There are myriad options for shotgun sights today, but sometimes simple solutions work best.
As detachable-magazine-fed shotguns become more prevalent, they are increasingly a viable alternative to tube-fed models.
Mossberg’s latest firearm, the 590 Shockwave, is not technically a shotgun, but it might make you rethink the value of a shotshell-firing gun for home defense.
Practicing on the clay range can help you improve your defensive shotgunning skills.