There’s a wide world of waterfowl-specific choke tubes out there beyond improved cylinder, modified and full.
The long-awaited Remington V3 shotgun is rumored to be replacing the 1100/11-87 as the company’s flagship semi-auto. Here’s how it performed in our field test.
A few upgrades and tweaks can improve the performance of an off-the-shelf shotgun.
A 20-gauge shotgun offers lighter weight, lighter kick and more than adequate payloads for ducks. What’s not to like?
Get ready for opening day with these top dove-hunting tips on where to set up, how to call, and more.
The Mossberg 930 already has a lot of fans in the waterfowling world, and the new 930 DC Pro version adds some Duck Commander-approved features that hunters will appreciate.
The ideal shotgun for quail hunting is light and fast-pointing, but big enough to handle the occasional flushing pheasant or chukar if that’s an option where you hunt.
Nontoxic shot has come a long way since the lead ban, but premium shells can get pricey. You don’t have to spend a fortune to kill ducks and geese if you stick with these bargain shotgun loads.
Benelli’s new Ethos is a semi-auto built for form as much as function — and it eliminates the “Benelli click.”
The Franchi Intensity is one of the best values on the market if you’re looking for a 3½-inch 12-gauge inertia-operated semi-automatic shotgun.
Super magnum shotguns are all the rage, but does a 3/12-inch shell really make enough difference to make up for the recoil?
The recent trend in waterfowl loads seems to adhere to a mantra of “faster is better.” But is that really true?
How Browning’s two newest semi-autos stack up against each other.
Here are 10 things every waterfowl hunter should consider trying out this season.