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Benelli Super Vinci shotgun: Traditionalists may baulk at its futuristic appearance, but the visually striking Benelli Super Vinci 3.1/2in magnum shotgun is a particularly practical firearm.

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.


Our rating:  85%

Boxall & Edmiston Sidelock shotgun: If you want a quality side-by-side made to your specifications and costing in the region of £25,000, there is only one option. No other English…

Perazzi MX12 Pro Sport

Secondhand Perazzi MX12 Pro Sport: Perazzi advertise themselves as the Ferrari of gunmakers and, like the world-famous car builder, they owe their success to the single-minded determination of one man.

Shotguns for under £350: You don’t need a fancy gun to go rough shooting, and there’s a wide range to choose from.

William & Son 16-bore shotgun: The result of hours of work from some of the world’s most talented gunmakers, this 16-bore gun from William & Son is a perfect shooting…

Scottish shotguns review: The gun market today is somewhat dominated by the big names, be they the English masters such as Boss & Co., Holland & Holland and Purdey, or…

Which gun’s best for wildfowling – the new generation of long-chambered 12-bores, or a trusty old 10? Our writers review the options!

Remington 11-87 shotgun: In the early 1960s one of the most enduring semi-auto shotgun designs ever came off the drawing board of Remington’s Wayne E. Leek and achieved metal and…

Hull Cartridge Company has extended its range of cartridges by adding new shells to its Imperial Game, High Pheasant and Sterling Game brands.

Caesar Guerini Maxum shotgun review: A few years back I said that one gun maker who would make waves in the British market was Caesar Guerini.