Where classic designs still breathe: A tour of Connecticut Shotgun Mfg. (VIDEO)

01/17/19 10:00 AM | by

Where classic designs still breathe: A tour of Connecticut Shotgun Mfg. (VIDEO)

New Britain’s Connecticut Shotgun Manufacturing Co. still makes some of the most classic scattergun designs of all time. Originating with Tony Galazan in the 1970s, CSM incorporated in 1991 and today makes Parker shotguns, A. H. Fox models, the Revelation, and others but they are probably best known for their Model 21s– keeping the classic that hailed from Winchester’s golden days still alive.

To see the magic happen, American Rifleman TV goes behind the scenes to take a look at how these fine, high-grade shotguns are made, from the receiver on up.

Oh yeah, and they also make the DP-12 double-pump and AR-15s as well.

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