Pump shotguns are reliable, safe, and consistent, and are a great option for both hunting and tactical/defensive use. Some of the best pump action shotguns can be found here, along with all of the accessories, parts, and ammo you will ever need. Pump action shotguns come in all the major shotgun calibers, including: 10 gauge, 12 gauge, 16 gauge, 20 gauge, 28 gauge, and 410 gauge. We even carry sawed-off pump shotguns, known as a short-barreled shotguns, which are regulated as a Class 3 item. Some of the biggest manufacturers of pump-action shotguns are: Mossberg, Browning, Benelli, Winchester, and Remington.
Cheap Pump Shotgun
Pump Action Shotguns with shorter barrels and little or no barrel choke are highly popular for use in home defense, military and law enforcement, and is commonly known as riot guns. In terms of just shotguns, pump actions are more affordable. Not only are they budget-friendly, but even at lower price points, they tend to be more reliable. Cheap pump-actions tend to work better than cheap semi-autos. It’s actually hard to mess up a pump-action shotgun.
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Maverick 88 12 Ga 20″ Barrel Cyl Pistol Grip Cruiser Black 7rd$219.99
Benelli Super Nova Pump 12g 28″ Barrel Black Polymer 4rd$499.99
Winchester SXP Defender 12 Ga Pump Shotgun, Flat Dark Earth Finish$309.99
Browning BPS Field Micro Midas 410 Bore Pump Shotgun with Satin Walnut Stock$619.99
Remington 870, Special Purpose Synthetic Super Magnum, Pump, 12 Ga, 3.5″ Chamber$619.99
Benelli Super Nova Tactical Pump 12g 18.5 Pistol Grip Ghost Ring Sights$499.99
Benelli Nova Pump-Action 20g 26″ 4rd Bottomland$499.99
Keltec KS7 18.5? 7+1 12 Gauge Pump Action Shotgun$679.99
Maverick 88 20 Ga 18″ Barrel Cylinder Choke Pistol Grip Cruiser Black 5rd$299.99
Mossberg 590 Shockwave 12 Ga 14″ Barrel Flat Dark Earth Raptor Pistol Grip 6rd$499.99
Mossberg 590 12 Gauge Tactical Shotgun with M-LOK Forend$529.99
Benelli Nova Pump 12g 26 Matte Black$399.99
Maverick Model 88 Pump 12 ga 28″ 3″ Black Synthetic Blue Finish$269.99
Mossberg 500 Retro Shotgun 12 Gauge 18.5″ Barrel 5-Round, Walnut Stock$459.99
Mossberg 590 Shockwave 12 Ga Pump-Action 14 inch Barrel$449.99
Stoeger P3000 Freedom Series Pump Action 12 Ga 18.5″ Barrel 7rd 3″ Chamber$419.99
Cheap Pump Shotgun
Undeniably reliable and versatile, the pump-action shotgun is a must-have for any shooter. Here are 11 affordable options worth adding to your gun safe. What are the cheapest Pump Shotgun options:
- Remington 870 Fieldmaster
- Mossberg 500 All Purpose
- Winchester SXP Field
- CZ 620/628 Field Select
- Mossberg 590 Tactical (9-Shot)
- Remington 870 Express Tactical
- FN P-12
- Benelli SuperNova Tactical
- Mossberg 500 Bantam/505/501 Mini
- Stevens 320 Field Grade Compact
- TriStar Cobra III Youth
Common as stars in the night sky, powerful as a runaway freight train, with usefulness only surpassed by duct tape, the pump shotgun is truly a mythical beast. The mere click-clack of its slide racking has been known to scare home-intruding dunderheads so severely as to pipeline them straight from crime into missionary work. Truly, this gun can turn water into wine.
As far as firearms go, few surpass the versatility of the iconic pump-action shotgun. From birds on the wing to deer in the field, perhaps no other gun boasts such wide-reaching hunting applications. As a defensive arm, well, racking it won’t guarantee squat when it comes to neutralizing a threat, but competently handling it is a whole other matter. Suffice to say, in practiced hands, few firearms are as devastating as a pump-action in close quarters.
Even if you’re a dedicated handgunner or an absolutely religious rifleman, it’s sound practice to have a scattergun at hand. And with its utility, reliability and relatively simple manual of arms, it’s natural to gravitate to the pump-action shotgun. If you’ve yet to arm yourself as such, we’re here to help.
We’ve put together 12 of the most affordable pump-action shotgun options out there for various applications. Luckily, given their general affordability, many of these are also considered among the best in class
Why You Want A Pump Shotgun
There is a host of reasons why this style of scattergun has remained among the most popular firearms of all time. When you home in on the pump-action shotgun’s virtues, there are four that really standout.
Reliability: The pump-action is renowned for its ruggedness. Even when dirty the gun will cycle as long as you can work the slide. The same cannot be said of many semi-auto shotguns.
Firepower: Depending on shell size, most base models hold 4+1 rounds and extended capacity options 8+1. Very generally speaking, this ballpark is big enough to cover most hunting to home defense applications.
Simplicity: As far as repeating arms go, the pump-action is fairly intuitive to operate and, outside of malfunctions, simple to troubleshoot. Yes, you need a little mechanical know-how to maintain it, but perhaps less so than a gas-operated semi-auto shotgun.
Versatility: As mentioned before, few guns boast both bird and deer-bagging capabilities. From a defensive standpoint, when it comes to load selection, you also have a wide spectrum of options at hand to match your circumstances.
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