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Benelli

We are no longer stocking Benelli and Franchi shotguns, so click here to see fantastic close-out pricing, while quantities last.


Beretta


For nearly five centuries, the Beretta family has been devoted to the craft and profession of firearms production and holds the distinction of being the world's oldest industrial enterprise. As the Beretta name became synonymous with uncompromising quality and design, word spread beyond the Italian borders, establishing a tradition that has carried over through fifteen generations of Berettas.

Blaser


Having been a very successful rifle manufacturer for decades, in 2004 the German Blaser company created their first shotgun, one that would fulfill all the requirements for perfect eye to hand coordination. Top marksmen tested the F3 until optimum results were achieved. John Bidwell from England won the F.I.T.A.S.C. World Championship with the Blaser F3. The U.S. Open in June 2009 was won by 16-year old Blaser shooter David Radulovich, the youngest open winner in history. Now their debut of a trap gun in 2010 is showing much success across the country. Click here for release trigger information.

Browning


Browning -- "A Reputation of Innovation." Few would argue the genius of John M. Browning and his legendary shotgun designs since 1880 that have revolutionized the shooting industry. Today, they continue to be the leading innovator of shotgun technology.

Caesar Guerini


Produced to the exacting specifications as laid out by top American shooters and hunters, these shotguns imported from Brescia, Italy, combine some of the finest craftsmanship, precise manufacturing tolerances and premium materials Italian gun makers are famous for the world over. From the precise cut checkering on oiled Turkish Circassian walnut to the precise wood to metal fit to the most contemporary of shooting features, they represent the newest standards of premium performance, durability and value for American sportsmen and women everywhere. Barrels are bored from solid Chromium Molybdenum (42 CrMo4) hardened steel bar stock. They are designed to be lightweight and every barrel contour is tuned for perfect distribution and handling. The sears incorporate a secondary interceptor notch that catches the hammer to help prevent accidental discharge and acts as an anti-doubling device. The frame is shaped in the famous "Boss" Style, machined from a solid steel forging and hardened to make the outside surface hard while leaving the core soft for maximum life. Other features: Anson pushbutton type fore-end latch; replaceable trunnions; rebounding hammers for easier opening and prolonged firing pin life; extra heavy duty locking lug; adjustable action tension; and chrome-lined bores and chambers.

Fabarm


FABARM USA is not your typical gun company. Passion for the outdoors and clay target shooting drives the entire team of FABARM USA professionals. Fabarm products are made with the finest Turkish walnut and Italian steel materials using the latest technology. Melded together by artisans and craftsmen, the results are beautiful Italian shotguns meant to last under the most demanding environments. American hunters and shooters demand better and FABARM USA has answered their call.
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Franchi

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Krieghoff


H. Krieghoff of Ulm, Germany, was founded as Sempert & Krieghoff in 1886 and began supplying the American market in the 1950s when a group of American and German shotgunning enthusiasts acquired the rights to the discontinued Remington Model 32, which has now evolved into the K-80. The K-80 is the finest in precision German manufacture and design backed by a century of gunmaking experience and a distinguished American heritage. Today it stands alone as the top competition shotgun in America.

Ljutic


Ljutic -- "Shotguns to Last a Lifetime." Ljutic Industries is a United States manufacturer (Yakima, WA) that machines all the parts that go into their shotguns from solid steel stock. They are a family business (three members being shooting Hall-of-Famers) and have been at the forefront of firearms manufacturing for more than 60 years.

Miscellaneous

Perazzi


Perazzi shotguns are famous for their endurance and reliability. The possibilities of technical problems have been reduced to a minimum and the interchangeability of most parts makes it very easy to replace those components that, due to their function, are most subject to wear. The components of a Perazzi are made according to strict and precise dimensions standards. All the parts are made inside their factory using the most modern and updated CNC machines, specifically set up by the manufacturer to conform to Perazzi's strict standards. All operations on their assembly line involving the fitting of various components are executed strictly by hand by highly skilled gunsmiths. Mature Asian walnut wood is by Daniele Perazzi, using only the part of the tree where frost and rain have engraved marvellous and unerasable patterns. The wood undergos a drying process in a temperature- and humidity-controlled, sealed room that takes months to bring the moisture to the appropriate level. The ability to custom order your gun is a great benefit: choose your fore-end style, stock dimensions, barrel length, style of trigger, and rib.

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Remington


Founded in 1816 in New York, Remington is one of the nation's oldest continuously operating manufacturers. No other firearms and ammunition manufacturer combines so much tradition and experience with innovative technology and precision craftsmanship. The reasons for choosing Remington are as numerous as their models of guns and types of ammunition: legendary accuracy, unbeatable value, because it was their father's choice, and his father's before that...

SKB


Today, SKB (derived from the samurai family name Sakaba) incorporates modern technology with old world craftsmanship to produce a complete line of premium grade competition shotguns. The company was formed in the Ibaraki province of Japan (northwest of Tokyo) in 1855. Shigyo Sakaba was a gunsmith's apprentice in a small gun repair factory, which belonged to the Mito clan. In 1855, the feudal lord appointed Sakaba to supervise the development and production of new guns for the clan. This small factory was known for producing guns of the highest quality and strongest construction.

Syren


Syren guns are a collection of guns by Caesar Guerini and Fabarm that are designed exclusively for women.

Winchester


Winchester is respected for producing reliable, good looking, top performing shotguns. Not surprising, considering they have had more than 100 years of practice in shotgun production.

Zoli


The Italian Zoli family has had a gunmaking tradition for hundreds of years. The current company was founded in the 1940s by Antonio Zoli and is known as one of the few companies that can offer a wide range of high quality products designed, engineered, and manufactured mainly in house. They were the first company in the world to develop an industrial process to silver solder rifle-shotgun combination and drilling barrels.

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