Category Archives: Shotguns

My Goose Gun

This post describes an Eastern Arms double-barreled, 12-gauge shotgun and gives additional information on guns sold by Sears, Roebuck and Co. in the early twentieth century.  The suitability of using such an arm to hunt waterfowl with non-toxic shot is … Continue reading

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The Browning A5: A New Semi-Auto Shotgun

My latest copy of the American Rifleman (May 2010, p. 42) brought news of a new semi-automatic shotgun in an article by Phil Bourjaily, noted shotgun expert. The title announces “The Humpback Returns: Browning’s New A5.” The “humpback” reference, of … Continue reading

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The .410 Shotgun, An American Tradition

“Roy, go get the little four-ten.”  When I was a boy, these words, uttered by my dad, were always music to my ears.   They meant that there was some excitement afoot.  Perhaps a rabbit hunkered down under a tuft of … Continue reading

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