Beretta Jubilee 12-bore shotgun review: This Beretta is the most upmarket gun in the 600 series.
Secondhand Beretta SO shotgun review: Tullio Marengoni must be the most famous gun designer that the majority of British shotgun shooters have never heard of.
Huglu .410 shotgun review: Is this Huglu .410 a boy’s gun, or a man’s toy?
This month we shoot and assess the side-by-side Webley & Scott of legendary shooter and instructor, Percy Stanbury.
This Chapuis Artisan 20-bore sideplate round action shotgun, with hand engraving and exhibition timber, was the game gun of dreams for Rob Eaton.
Game shooters are sometimes a bit apprehensive about taking part in a clay shoot.
Charles of Just Cartridges looks at the latest newcomers to the shotgun cartridge market.
Remington 1100 Sporter shotgun: Remington's big-selling 1100 is an auto with a very long heritage in the UK, one that goes way back to the 1960s with pigeon shooters, wildfowlers…
Charles of Just Cartridges has some good news to give on the cost of shotgun shells this year.
A study in evolution, the new game gun from Browning is pointable, reliable and pleasing to the eye - and it performed well.
Gun reviews: It is an unfortunate fact of life that all of us age - even the greatest sportsmen.
Mossberg 930 Waterfowl semi-auto shotgun: Rob Eaton is pleasantly surprised by this versatile semi-auto from Mossberg.
Rizzini Artemis 28-bore shotgun: This small-bore Italian-made shotgun ticks all the boxes as far Jason is concerned.
The Browning B725 Hunter shotgun comes with an excellent new design, improved trigger pulls and a clever choke system.
Small bore cartridges: One of my godsons kindly invited me to a small-bore day on his family-run shoot, during which an afternoon a gale sprang up.
Baikal MP43 E-1C shotgun review: With superior steelwork, strong mechanics and good performance, the latest Russian-made side-by-side should impress.
Beretta Outlander semi-auto shotgun: As if you hadn't noticed there's a real glut of new semi-auto shotguns coming on to the market at the moment.
Purdey side-by-side shotgun review: Here we look at a new pair of Purdey side-by-sides whose provenance is interesting; they were made for Ray Ward Gunsmiths by near neighbour, James Purdey.
A pair of shotguns could be a great addition to your gun cabinet, so take a look at these options!
Webley and Scott 920K shotgun: Looking for a nicely made 20-bore but don’t want to spend a fortune in the process?