Video Review: EAA Churchill 812 Field Over/Under Shotgun

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posted on June 3, 2021
There's nothing in the world quite like a fine double-barrel shotgun for clays shooting, wingshooting (or even home defense). However, finding a nice double-barrel with a price tag firmly under four digits can be a challenge. Our friends at American Rifleman, together with firearms manufacturer and importer EAA, have an answer to that challenge: The Churchill 812 Field over/under shotgun. With an MSRP of $870, shooters can expect to find this O/U at dealers for less. Check out this video, hosted by NRA Publications Editorial Director Mark Keefe, to see the Churchill put through its paces.

The Churchill 812 Field shotgun is offered by EAA in your choice of three gauge options—12, 20 and 28 gauge—as well as .410 bore, all with scaled receivers. Feature rich and built for the cost-conscious hunter and target shooter, this latest import comes standard with walnut furniture, jeweling on the monobloc, automatic safety and ejectors. For more, visit EAACorp.com.

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