Although most of their weapons are military grade, these firearms, sold under the Barrett Sovereign name, are purely hunting and sporting Barrett shotguns.
Shooting a shotgun offers some serious satisfaction, but reading about shotguns at Gunivore is pretty damn satisfying as well. From Mossberg, to Kel-Tec, to Remington, we’ve got it all covered – right here at Gunivore!
All in all, Stoeger’s M3500 semi-auto shotgun is really a great gun, not just as a price point firearm, but objectively speaking. Keep reading!!
All Stoeger shotguns are reliably accurate, and the M3000 is no exception. While it doesn’t have the best swing, it does offer supreme control and handling.
The Coach gun was ubiquitous in the Wild West for defending stagecoaches, which is why sitting in the passenger seat became known as riding shotgun!
The Condor may look like your grandfather’s over/under, but their high-grade satin walnut finish and balanced build – these are state-of-the-art firearms.
The new Browning A-5 semi-automatic shotgun may share many resemblances with the older model of the same name, but ‘this ain’t your grandpa’s Auto-5’!
Mossberg has blazed a trail of shotgun greatness and the 535 – a spawn of the legendary 500 series – has helped lead the way. Read our Mossberg 535 review!
The Mossberg 500 Series has given us so many wonderful shotguns – how does the .410 pump-action iteration stack up? Read our review to find out!
The Mossberg 590 was good – how much better can the 590A1 be? Find out in our Mossberg 590A1 Tactical Shotgun Review at Gunivore!
Producing a quality shotgun at low cost is no easy task, but never tell Mossberg the odds. The Maverick 88 is a marvel – read about it in our new review!