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Holland & Holland Sporting Over and Under

If you’ve never seen a modern shotgun from one of the great English makers in the flesh, you might be forgiven for wondering what all the fuss is about. Whether side-by-side or over-and-under, it is…

£45,000.00

Our rating:  92%

Browning Maxus stock

Beretta ES100 Forty years ago, a semi-auto was a cheap gun, selling for a few hundred pounds. Then, as the guns became more mechanically complex, prices crept up until a…

Webley & Scott 912 Extreme Sporter

Webley & Scott has brought an addition to its range in the form of a slightly more specialised Sporter. Mechanically, the Webley & Scott 912 Extreme Sporter is the same as the other…

£868.00

Our rating:  88%

shotguns under £1000

I’ve listed the recommended retail price here. These shotguns are under £1000 – although you may find that some guns are available on a deal so that you can save…

Gamba Daytona shotgun

This gun is a multichoke, but fixed-choke and trap versions are also available and Gambas can be customised with extra features to order. On the American market there is a…

£3,000.00

Our rating:  75%

Blaser F3 Vantage

By now your eyes will no doubt have fallen on the picture of the subject of this month’s review. With a tall rib and flared muzzles disgorging exposed chokes, the F3 Vantage…

£5,995.00

Our rating:  86%

Franchi Affinity

Although not one of the names you might first think of when considering mass-market gunmakers, Franchi has had a presence in the UK market for many years. The company was…

£640.00

Our rating:  90%

Despite being envisioned and designed by Winchester engineers in America, I’d say that the Winchester 101 shotgun owes much of its appearance and and influences to Browning. Beretta inspired design…

£1,300.00
Yildiz shotgun

“Beware the man with one gun” is an old but valid saying. It refers to the shooter who uses one gun for every type of shooting. Now, it is not…

£840.00

Our rating:  88%

Browning 725

The Browning 725 has been around for a year or more and has been well received. Now comes the Grade 5 — which, for those who are more used to…

£4,178.00

Our rating:  92%

Pedersoli shotgun

Interest in the revival of muzzle-loading took off in the early 1970s, extending beyond the clay shoot to use in the field. The owner of one quite large shoot that…

The semi-auto market is a major arena for most gunmakers. One of the leaders in this market is Beretta. They are constantly innovating and looking for a new angle. Semi-autos…

Although not one of the names you might first think of when considering mass-market gunmakers, Franchi has had a presence in the UK market for many years. The company was…

The Turkish invasion carries on unabated with the Huglu 103DE. Huglu have been involved in gun manufacture for around 100 years, but ASI, historically famous for distributing AYA and more…

Browning B725 Black Edition

Browning’s B725 has been with us for about three years now. Gradually, the range is expanding as we’ve seen various versions of the Hunter or game version and also a…

£2,359.00
Beretta 690 Field III

For the past 30 years or more the only real question many sportsmen and women have asked themselves when buying a new gun has been a simple one: Beretta or…

£2,500.00
Perazzi MXS shotgun

Perazzi MXS shotgun review The latest entry-level gun from Perazzi is the MXS, though at £5,500, this makes for a relatively expensive level to enter. Fortunately, Perazzi makes excellent quality…

Hatsan Escort XtremeMax

The new Hatsan Escort XtremeMax is a real workhorse gun offering great value for money, reports Jason Harris

£680.00
Beretta 690 Field III

Jason Harris introduces the Beretta 690 Field III, the game-shooting cousin of the popular competition gun, the 692

£2,500.00