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Drennan reviews the Browning Maxus II semi-automatic shotgun in this video, feeding it a range of cartridges from 21g up to high performance steel!
There’s a lot to like about this smart new Beretta, writes Mike Yardley in his review of the 686 Silver Pigeon 1 Sporter.
Whether you want to buy a secondhand over-and-under, side-by-side or semi-auto, Mike Yardley provides advice and explains the bargains to be had!
Mike Yardley finds very little at fault in his review of the Turkish-made Yildiz SPZ Steel Sporter Black – a great value shotgun at under £1,000.
This Grade 3 version of the popular Miroku MK-38 Sport certainly impresses, with its refined looks, pleasing dimensions and reliable mechanics, says Mike Yardley.
The black laminate used on the new Browning Ultra XS not only lends it a certain look, but improves its shooting qualities too, as Mike Yardley finds in this review.
With its precise finish and solid shooting characteristics, this Perazzi-inspired Yildiz Pro Sporter offers exceptional value for money and quality that defies its price point.
The 31" barrels on this Beretta’s DT11 Sport set it apart from the rest, making it ideal for the competitive shot or for high-bird shooting.
In this review, Drennan takes on the newest incarnation of Beretta’s 694 series - the beautifully made 694 Sport 31 - and finds those peculiar 31” barrels serve a logical purpose.
An attractive gun that handles well and inspires complete confidence... you can’t say better than that! Mike Yardley talks us through his gun of choice for game shooting – the Caesar Guerini Essex 20-bore.
We have seen many incarnations of Beretta's iconic Silver Pigeon shotgun before, and Mike Yardley is pleased to see the latest version - the Silver Pigeon 5 - is as robust and well designed as we have come to expect.
Drennan Kederdine takes on the mammoth task of reviewing five guns from the Yildiz Pro Black range; distributed in the UK by Raytrade, Yildiz shotguns offer great performance at a very acceptable price point.
Drennan Kenderdine extols the virtues of an unusual gun with what he feels is an unfair reputation for unreliability - enter the Beretta UGB25 Xcel!
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