Imagine having four shotguns in one. That’s what we discovered with the Blaser F3 four-barrel set, which bundles 12, 20, 28 gauge and .410 barrels with a single receiver. How did it all work? Check out Shotgun Life’s review at http://tinyurl.com/lsy3u9a .
You don’t have to break the bank to own a classic-looking upland shotgun, according to Nick Sisley, in his review of the $2,299 Franchi Aspire. Prince of Wales grip, case-colored receiver, 28-gauge or .410, this over/under is the go-to shotgun for the budget-conscious wingshooter. See Nick’s story on Shotgun Life at http://goo.gl/KkXCLc .
Holly Heyser makes the case in her January column on Shotgun Life. Extremely interesting. See it at http://tinyurl.com/ncpj9we .
Elizabeth Lanier kicks off 2015 with her January column that delves into her new-found addiction for duck hunting. Great photos and big fun with the gang. On Shotgun Life at http://tinyurl.com/pkpnztq .
Although writer Mike Sabbeth owns a fine collection of European shotguns, the affordable CZ Sporter proved itself a viable clays crusher in his hands. He discovered CZ’s over/under delivered quality, performance and reliability for a starting price of $1,899. Mike provides an in-depth report on the shotgun at http://tinyurl.com/k9d99ll .