The EXL Sporting was very nice to shoot. It definitely had that racy Italian feel. I really enjoyed shooting this gun. It required no technique changes and was equally at home with swing-through or sustained-lead methods.
At first glance, the new Fabarm Elos D2 over/under may seem similar to previous Fabarm Elos models, but it has undergone a number of changes—one of which makes a world of difference.
Nicely made, mechanically correct, flat-out gorgeous and priced very well.
Double Guns of Nashville imports these excellent guns, and co-founder Barry Rich was kind enough to loan us a Giulio Bernardelli 28-gauge hammergun to review.
Since 2009 I have reviewed Fausti shotguns five times and never been disappointed. The new Fausti XF4 Sport is just such a target gun. It is said to be a multi-discipline gun suitable for trap, skeet, sporting clays and FITASC.
Savage has just introduced a new Fox A Grade side-by-side. Let’s see where it stands for that famous name.
The BR110 is “modestly elegant,” with minimal engraving, bright-blued barrels and decently figured wood.
With modern computerized machinery it now is possible to produce low-cost shotguns of a quality level impossible just a decade or two ago.
Estates not only look good, but they also are priced right.
The A5’s looks are modeled after John Browning’s popular humpbacked Auto-5, though the action is more contemporary. It is the only 16-gauge autoloader in its class. Read more about this gun review.
Built on the same action and barrels as more-expensive guns, the 40E requires less handwork in its engraving
The F16 is a new gun with a new action at a favorable price.
The Orvis Chapuis Classic in 20 gauge is very light yet handles remarkably well. Read Bruce Buck’s review.