Mike Yardley reviews ejector hammerguns modelled on a pair of Purdeys built for George V.
Mike Yardley can think of many worse things to spend money on than Browning's new B25 16-bore, a gun that feels "right" and could also be a rifle, with other…
William Richards set up shop as a gunmaker three years before Waterloo, but it was under his son Westley and his appointees that the family firm became synonymous with all…
The writer tests the prototype of William Evans's newest shotgun, the St James over-under 20-bore, and finds it is something special.
Mike Yardley tests a Laura Bosis-finished Rizzini over-and-under 20-bore and pronounces it a first-class gun by any standards as well as being good value for money.
The modern 20-bore can do just about anything a 12-bore can, says Mike Yardley. He finds the Perazzi SC3 an excellent gun in the field forgiving as well as…
Mike Yardley tries an Italian pair made for the British market and finds them to have truly excellent shooting qualities.
The Browning 525 Hunter over-and-under shotgun, built on an action thats proved itself over three-quarters of a century, impresses Mike Yardley with its versatility and value
AyA shotguns are known to British sportsmen for their looks, reliability and competitive pricing. The No.1 sidelock side-by-side ticks all these boxes and more.
It looks elegant, it shoots well and it costs just over £2,000. Is this Guerini 28-bore the perfect gun?