Perhaps the most interesting new foray by a gun company is Barrett’s journey into the world of fine shotguns. The Rutherford, named for the county where Barrett is located in Tennessee, is a far cry from the .50-caliber bolt guns and semiautos that Barrett built its reputation on. This attractive over-and-under has classic lines and is very much in keeping with what a traditional fine field gun should look like. The solid side ribs, Prince of Wales grip, box-lock action, coin finish, flush mounted choke tubes and simple front bead would be at home in any upland or driven bird setting. It comes in 12-, 20-, 16- and 28-gauge versions, all built on scaled receivers.