Six Solid Youth Shotguns from the Guns.com Vault
By Kristin Alberts
Guns.com offers numerous options in pumps and semi-autos for smaller-framed shooters getting a start in the great outdoors. Whether you are last-minute turkey scattergun shopping or planning for both bird and clay seasons this fall, we’ve pulled together some options perfect for youth hunters.
Stevens 320 Compact
The Stevens 320 Field Grade pump-action shotgun represents one of the best buys for youth shooters in need of a hunting gun. Priced just over $200, the Stevens Model 320 is available in either 12- or 20-gauge with a ventilated rib barrel, camouflage synthetic stocks, interchangeable chokes, and a fiber optic front sight.
Savage Arms, the parent behind the Stevens’ name, ensures the Model 320 is built with dual slide bars and a rotary bolt head for greater durability. The drilled and tapped receiver means easy optics mounting for chasing turkeys, especially gobbler-friendly in the Mossy Oak Obsession camo. Smaller framed waterfowlers will gravitate to the Mossy Oak Shadow Grass Blades coverage. There’s even a Muddy Girl option for those youngsters favoring pink camo.
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Remington V3 Compact
Remington’s Model V3 line of autoloading shotguns have been popular with hunters for several years, and there’s no reason youth or small-frame shooters can’t enjoy