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Mark Stone gets a first look at one of the most anticipated shotguns to hit the market, Browning’s all new B725
Michael Yardley tries Browning’s B25 SP2010 in 20 bore - his favourite cartridge for driven game shooting
The latest in Browning’s upmarket clay breakers, Mark Stone tries his hand with the new B525 Super Sport Prestige.
Mark Stone gets acquainted with Browning’s B725 Black Edition, a seriously stealthy clay breaker.
Don Brunt revisits Browning’s premier autoloader shotgun and finds that to pass it by would be a mistake…
Mike Yardley tests the Browning Premium Gold Sporter and finds a gun that you’ll either love… or not – see for yourself!
Don Brunt takes a look at the new Browning Supersport, the marques latest clay buster and finds that the Belgian engineers may have come up with something quite special.
A competition shotgun that’s been round for quite a while, Mark Stone checks out Browning’s latest version of their Ultra XS Prestige to find out why
Mark Stone tries the new high rib B525 Ultra XT Trap, regarded as Browning’s hardcore clay breaker
Mike Yardley gives his opinions on what makes a good clay shooting gun
Mike Yardley feels that with spring just upon us, we might test something that might do double service on both game and clays - an 32” E.J.Churchill, Perazzi over and under
Fabarm are noted for their innovative designs; so Michael Yardley tests their latest Elos over/under model in 12 bore
Don Brunt looks at a keenly priced sporter that is a good candidate for those looking for a gun that’s as at home in the field as it is on the clay ground.
Having tried out the game version of Fabarm’s new Elos 12 bore, Mark Stone now gets to grips with the competition version - the C Sporting
Mark Stone checks out Fabarm’s Lion Hunter semi-auto and finds a shotgun that good for clay busting, birds and even boar
Michael Yardley tests the Fabarm STL, a smart over and under 12 bore competition gun imported into the UK by Viking Arms
The semi auto market is a crowded one at present but there is still room for talented performers to shine. Don Brunt takes a look at the Fabarm XLR5 (oiled) auto.
Stylish, well made and attractively priced, Mark Stone tries out Fabarm’s Elos, a classy new 12-bore for those on a budget.
Don Brunt looks at a Fausti competition gun and feels it’s time for this brand to make its mark in the UK
Michael Yardley tests the Fausti Pro-Comp, a simple sporter that will break clays – but not the bank