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Blaser F3 Professional shotgun: Continual research and development into what serious clay and game shooters want in a gun has resulted in the exciting Blaser Professional – a more refined…

For those who want to take something a little different into the field, however, there are myriad choices available for a reasonable sum.

William Powell Linhope shotgun review: Beautifully crafted with the high-bird specialist in mind, the new Linhope represents quality in an age of change.

Fabarm Elos shotgun review: Italian gunmaker, Fabarm, has packed a host of really useful features into its affordable new Sporter.

Gun reviews Shotguns for girls: Here we take a look at several shotguns that would be suitable for ladies.

Benelli Raffaello Crio shotgun review: Twenty-eight bores are flooding gun dealers’ racks, but the high-tech, fast-handling Raffaello has an edge on the rest.

High pheasants are considered by many to be the pinnacle of our sport, and are definitely a challenging quarry. Choosing the right shotgun and the right cartridges is therefore essential…

Gun reviews: Grulla 215 shotgun: This Spanish gun, a true sidelock, offers more individuality and better value than some of the opposition.

Semi-auto shotguns under £1500: Rarely seen on a driven day, semi-automatic shotguns feature some of the most advanced technology in firearms.

Zoli Columbus 12-bore shotgun review: Technical soundness, conservative styling and civilised handling will give the Columbus over-under 12-bore a wide appeal.

Gun reviews: Darne Damon Petrick shotgun: This is an impressive French gun made in the time-honoured way – with an intriguing bolt mechanism.