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Miroku MK 60 12-bore

I am reviewing the Miroku MK60 High Pheasant, which is intended to be sold in pairs. The brand has been popular on the competition circuit for a long time and…

£6,000.00

Our rating:  96%

Miroku MK 60 Sporting Grade 5

One of the very great pleasures of reviewing shotguns (aside from the obvious) is the experience of visiting Elderkin and Son in Spalding. Not just because I am sure of a comfy spot on the…

£2,998.00

Our rating:  92%

Miroku MK38 shotgun trigger

Anyone looking to buy an affordable Sporter with a proven track record would be silly to ignore Miroku’s MK38

£1,625.00

Our rating:  79%

Miroku MK60 Universal Sporter

Most who have considered buying a new shotgun will have looked at over-unders made by the holy trinity of Browning, Beretta and Miroku. Once hugely popular, Miroku has slipped into…

£2,481.00

Our rating:  86%

Secondhand Miroku MK60 review: There’s always a temptation to say "If it ain't broke, don't fix it." In other words, if something works really well, then don’t "improve" it by…

Gun reviews: Miroku Presidential shotgun: The Miroku Presidential shotgun is another fine example in a steadily improving range of guns.

Secondhand Miroku MK70 shotgun

Around 50 years ago, so rumour has it, Miroku of Japan were building such good guns based on Browning-type actions that Browning turned to them to build their mass-market guns.

£900.00

Our rating:  85%

Miroku Mk38 shotgun review: This Miroku MK38 model with 30in barrels and Teague multi-chokes is hefty, utterly reliable, inexpensive and a formidable tool for high pheasants.

Miroku Universal shotgun review: Here we cast an an eye over the evergreen Miroku Universal - a shotgun that's reinvented itself as a very useful all-rounder for the clay and…

Miroku MK70

Miroku MK70 shotgun: Some shotgun makers are happy to rest on their laurels. But not Browning. Just when you think things can't get better they ditch a winner, and come…