Sporting Classics will be in North Carolina for the big event.
See what goes into making a custom Browning over/under.
Step inside the famed gunmaker’s Hudson Farm shooting school.
“The Model 42 was his go-to gun to put meat on the table.”
Making new memories with an old shotgun.
The Sweet Sixteen was chosen for its light weight, smooth handling, and commitment to tradition.
The company was selected for its innovation, longevity, and widespread influence.
Sporting Classics selected Negrini’s new Uplander shotgun cases for their durability, ease of access, and TSA-accepted features.
Whether it’s used for deer, ducks, or turkeys, this new shotgun sight promises to bring more game to bag.
What’s it like to walk the floor and see SHOT Show in person?