There’s no denying a sub-gauge revolution is raging in the hunting world. From turkeys to pheasants, clays to even ducks, the reduced recoil and impressive patterns of smaller bores are attracting more attention each year. 

While the baby .410 gathers most of the love – and ire – its bigger brother, the 28 gauge, is quietly slipping into dominance. Here are a few of our top choices in the 28-gauge firearms market for every type of hunting and sporting practice. 

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