Since becoming the CZ product manager, Dave Miller has developed efficient shotguns‚ from break-actions to auto-loaders, that fit bird hunters’ needs—and he’s done it at an affordable price. For 2020, CZ launched the All-Terrain line, which consists of 11 different guns. Most are over/unders, and there is one semi-auto, but the one that’s most interesting to me is this side-by-side with a double trigger. The barrel and receiver on this little double are finished in green Cerakote (as are all the shotguns in the A-T line), which makes it more durable in the uplands and the duck blind. CZ added a novel feature to the extractors. In every side-by-side and over/under, there are magnets that hold most modern shells in place. So when you’re pheasant hunting and only need one shell to kill a rooster, the second load won’t slip out when you bend down to take the bird from pup’s mouth. Dual triggers can take some getting used to if you have never shot a gun that has them, but you’ll figure it out after a round of clays. This model runs only $828. The length of pull is 14.5 inches and leads into a straight English-style stock with a tang-mounted safety. Barrels are 28 inches and the G2 comes with five chokes (F, IM, M, IC, C) for all kinds of wingshooting or clays. MSRPs for All-Terrain guns range from $690-$1,123. —J.G.