To take on nature’s most durable birds, you need a shotgun that’s as tough as they are. Here are seven key features to look for in a shotgun for waterfowl.
If you're looking for a sweet shooting shotgun that's easy to carry all day, you should consider the often-overlooked 28-gauge. We round up 7 great options.
Tis the season for spending time on your rear end —- hunting out of a layout blind, that is. These hides offer the ultimate in comfort and concealment for hunting open crop fields, where traditional blinds can’t be used. Across the grain belt in particular, where field hunting is most common, layout blinds are tremendously popular.
To help you ring in the new hunting season with falling feathers instead of just scorching barrels, we assembled a list of dos and don'ts for opening day of dove season.
A good old pump shotgun might not impress your skeet shooting buddies, but it will always go bang when you need it to. We rounded up this list of the best pump shotguns for less than $500.
If you’re struggling to shoot small groups, it might not be the rifle. It might be an error in your setup or execution. Learning to recognize subtle mistakes will help you to shoot without excuses and give every rifle it’s fair shake at the range.
Turns out you can get a lot of shotgun for $1,000 these days. Check out the 7 best over/under shotguns available for under a grand.
Shooting well from a layout blind can be tricky because of the limited range of motion. Here are five tips for better shooting.
About the only affordable way for the average guy to support a steady clay target shooting hobby is to reload. This is especially the case with sub-gauge loads.
Fix these four factors to reduce recoil so you can shoot longer and maintain focus on the target when shooting doubles.
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