[SHOT 2018] Independent Studio Services (ISS) Shows Everyone Where Hollywood's Movie Guns Come From

A company you may have not heard of, but have absolutely seen their work in numerous films for decades is Independent Studio Services (ISS). This 3rd generation, family business got its start in 1977 by the way of Greg Bilson, Sr and the family business is making firearms for Hollywood!

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[SHOT 2018] Beretta's A300 Outlander Sporting Edition

At SHOT Show’s 2018 Industry Day at the Range, TFBTV’s Corey Wardrop discusses the newest offering in Beretta shotguns, the A300 Outlander Sporting Edition.

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[BREAKING] [SHOT 2018] Weatherby to Leave California, Move to Wyoming

In a surprise announcement at the 2018 SHOT Show, gunmaker Weatherby revealed that they will be leaving the state of California, where they have been based since their founding in 1945. The company’s new home will be Sheridan, Wyoming, the sixth largest city in the state, nestled beside the Bighorn Mountains, and close to the border with Montana. The move was announced with little notice on the floor during the afternoon of the show on Monday, with the Wyoming Business Council in attendance. Adam Weatherby, founder Roy Weatherby’s grandson, cited strong economic incentives from the Wyoming Business Council, as well as more freedom to develop new products without onerous legal restrictions as reasons for leaving California.

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LEAKED! The New Tavor TS12 Bullpup Shotgun From IWI

Good morning scattergun fans. In an unexpected twist, it appears that IWI is set to release the TS12 – a 12 gauge bullpup shotgun with a maximum shell capacity of 26 rounds. Twenty. Six. Rounds. (Correction: 15+1*) Obviously, as with most leaked information, details are slim at the moment, however I was able to pick out some of the TS12’s more defining features from the below catalog images. First and foremost, it is a gas operated semi automatic weapon with three rotating magazine tubes and ejection of spent shell can be adjusted from left to right as needed.

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Retay Arms Inertia Plus Shotgun Action Explained

Earlier we have reported that  Retay Arms Masai Mara shotgun will become available for the US market. Among a number of advertised features, there is one which is especially interesting. It is their Inertia Plus system. The name of the system itself hints that there is something more than an ordinary inertia system. Let’s see what it is about.

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Retay Arms Announces Availability of Masai Mara Shotgun in the USA

Retay Arms LTD SI announced that the company would now offer the Masai Mara shotgun to customers in the United States of America.

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Husan Arms Shotgun MKA1919

I had the opportunity to check out a new version of the Husan Arms Shotgun MKA1919.

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10 Most Expensive Firearms Sold in December 2017 Rock Island Premiere Auction

Continuing our series of articles telling about the most expensive firearms sold in the major US auction houses, today we’ll take a look at the ten most expensive firearms sold in December 2017 Rock Island Premiere Auction. This time there are also two world records set.

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SAUER SL5 Inertia Operated Semi-Auto Shotgun

Introduced earlier this year, the SL5 shotgun represents Sauer’s entry into the market of inertia operated semi-auto shotguns. The actual mechanism of this shotgun is designed in cooperation with Italian Breda company. Sauer engineers built the rest of the gun around the Breda action.

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A new self-adjusting shotgun rig: EZLOAD NXTGEN

Practical Shotgun competition is probably as much fun as you can have. Imagine pistol distances, but with steel targets that fly when you hit them, or clays that disintegrate as the bird shots hit them. With the odd buck shot or slug station here and there.

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TFB Review: New Remington 870 DM Detachable Magazine Fed Shotguns

You’ve heard the old saying “everything old is new again”. Well, that applies to the tried and true Remington 870 shotgun. The 870 is probably the most popular police shotgun ever. Remington has given the 870 a facelift with several new magazine fed models which would serve just about any shotgunners needs.

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Shotgun Plus Pipe Equals Unidentified Weapon in Syria

A recent media video following a platoon of the Syrian Arab Army take over of al-Bukamal, a city in the eastern portion of Syria, on the border with Iraq shows a soldier with what appears to be the receiver, trigger guard, and stock of a shotgun (Remington 870 from the open source photographs) combined with what appears to be a four foot long pipe attached to it. Unfortunately, our only perspective of the weapon is from behind the soldier carrying it, which obscures the receiver, what would most likely be the pump action charger and the ejection port.

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Perazzi HIGH TECH 60th Anniversary Platinum Limited Edition Shotgun

In celebration of the company’s 60th anniversary, Italian firearms manufacturer Perazzi has released a limited edition version of their High Tech over and under shotguns. This anniversary shotgun features a high-polished blued finish and markings plated with platinum. There is a “Perazzi High Tech” logo on either side of the shotgun and “Perazzi 60 Anniversary Platinum Limited Edition” engraved on the bottom.

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Backpack Shotguns from Midland Arms Company

Midland Arms Company announced a new line of break open, single shot shotguns. Called the Backpack, Midland is offering five versions of the gun now and promises compatibility with other products the company will be releasing in the near future.

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Korobov MTs-260 Shotgun: An Example of Impractical Simplicity

What usually makes it difficult to write about rare and obscure firearms is the absence of any visual content (photos, videos etc.) of reasonable quality. If you write about any particular firearm or mechanism and have the description only or a couple of poor images that barely let to visualize the description text, it becomes not a too interesting read.

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