Plenty of hunting-specific rifles and shotguns hit the market this week at SHOT 2017, much to the delight of game-seekers in attendance. Here are a few of our favorites from the first few days of the show.
Benelli makes a splash in 2017 with an entry into the entertainment industry and a much-improved shotgun.
The popular Duck Commander company, owned and operated by Willie Robertson, has rejoined a partnership with shotgun maker Benelli.
A new shotgun promises to be the place “where performance and value converge” in a workhorse pump. Enter the P3000 from Stoeger.
Benelli USA, Stoeger Industries and Burris Optics Company united to donate $100,000 to the National Shooting Sports Foundation’s #GUNVOTE initiative last week.
There was no shortage of new hunting guns and optics on display at the 2016 NRA Convention. Guns.com found plenty on day one.
Winchester’s SX3 is no flash-in-the-shotgun pan; it’s here to stay. And it’s a shotgun built to be passed down from one generation to the next.
TriStar recently announced the addition of a Bronze model to its flagship line of reliable gas-operated semi-automatic shotguns.
The Salvo 12 has the potential to affect how Americans see silencers. It is Silencerco’s boldest product with the power to change hearts and minds.
Benelli has developed a new series of hunting shotguns for 2014 that use an improved version of their famous inertia-operated action. Combining both big changes and small, these premium shotguns will definitely turn heads in the new year.