The Webley 912K shotgun is an affordable entry level gun that’s made abroad but carries one of the most famous names in English gunmaking.
Beretta engineers tend to be conservative guys, believing in the gradual improvement of strong and proven designs rather than radical departures into completely new territory.
Longthorne Hesketh shotgun review: An English over-under with barrels made from a single piece of steel has a bright future.
This E.J. Churchill Hercules shotgun is the over-under version of the side-by-side, made in association with a French firm.
Less showy than its forebears, the lightweight and pointable Weatherby SA-08 performs comfortably as a jack-of-all-trades, says Lewis Potter
Rizzini Premier Sporting shotgun review: Rizzini is a pretty familiar name to UK shooters thanks to the fact that various importers have been distributing the guns here for quite a…
Boxall & Edmiston scrollback boxlock shotgun: This elegant scrollback boxlock from a new English gunmaker is a finely finished shotgun that will perform on any shoot.
When you’re out on a day’s rough shooting or spending a morning walking hedges in search of a bird or two, the last thing you want is to be lugging…
Beretta SV10 Perennia III shotgun: The latest 20-bore gun from Beretta, the SV10 Perennia, proves to be a winner.
Chapuis Artisan 28-bore shotgun: This French gun is excitingly eccentric, and with some minor tweaking, could be something special at a not unreasonable price.
Cartridge prices are about to go up again. So now's the time to buy!
Merkel 2002C shotgun: The Merkel 2002C is a top quality gun that’s made in Germany and designed for the UK shooter.
On a day of intensive pigeon shooting you need a gun which is reliable, easy to handle and comfortable to shoot.
Rizzini Round Body Classic 28-bore shotgun: With its Italian guild-action, light yet smooth handling and honey-coloured stock, the Rizzini Round Body Classic is a joy.
The new Browning 525 is a major improvement on the manufacturer’s Japanese-made range
Wildfowling is an underrated sporting pastime, and a real test which requires specialist tools.
A combination of Italian and Spanish gunmaking skills has gone to create a well affordable semi-automatic for field use. Jason looks at what you get for your money.
Among the most underrated of guns, the 16-bore is considered to be the gun of choice for true sporting connoisseurs.
Boxall & Edmiston 12-bore shotgun review: It’s exciting to find a new English side-by-side sideplated boxlock costing £16,000 and made by a veritable Who’s-Who of top-flight craftsmen.
Rizzini BR552 Custom shotgun review: An avowed fan of side-by-sides, Mike Yardley finds this extra-finish round-bar gun instinctive to shoot.