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Webley 912K shotgun

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.

£775.00

Our rating:  91%

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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…

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…

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.

£8,385.00

Merkel 2002C shotgun: The Merkel 2002C is a top quality gun that’s made in Germany and designed for the UK shooter.

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.

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.