Mossberg’s long-awaited fightin’ version of its celebrated 940 Pro shotgun—the 940 Pro Tactical—offers pleasant surprises aplenty.
When it comes to personal defense, which is better: a pump or semi-auto shotgun?
IWI’s rotating-magazine TS12 offers an innovative take on increasing shotgun capacity.
Mossberg’s new 940 JM Pro updates and improves the company’s 3-gun-based 930 with input from shooting legend Jerry Miculek.
Beretta's 1301 Comp Pro is pleasant to shoot and the shorter barrel version is perfect for home defense.
Probably the most radical shotgun on the market, the IWI US Tavor TS12 is a semi-automatic bullpup shotgun that feeds from a three-tubed rotating reservoir.
The EAA MC312 Tactical is an inertial-action, semi-automatic shotgun owning a 18.5-inch barrel, a fiber-optic front sight and an included red-dot optic.
One of the more interesting guns on the entire Shot Show floor was the BTS 410 from Escort.
If you’re interested in a mag-fed semi-automatic shotgun that you can fit in a backpack for easy transport, Charles Daly’s N4S is the one.
Of all the AR-15-style shotguns now on the market, Typhoon Defense’s F12 may be the best—and now it comes with a 20-round magazine.