Shotguns can be one of the best home-defense firearms around, but Century International Arms is now importing a whole new level of intruder intimidation. The Catamount Fury shotgun chambers 2 3/4- and 3-inch shotshells, its box magazine has a five-shell capacity, barrel length is 20 1/8 inches, it has fixed rifle sights, and, just in case you need to modify that pattern, it comes with full, modified or cylinder choke tubes. The semi-automatic shotgun runs on a gas-piston system, the top cover comes off easily for maintenance/cleaning and coupled with the a light rail under the barrel, any bad guy you hold at bay with this thing is going to need to change his underwear before he’s booked. The Fury has an overall length of 42.5 inches and the also-new Fury II comes in a bit more nimble at 10.75 inches. In handguns, the company is rolling out the CZ999, chambered in either 9 mm or .40 S&W. Both have four-inch barrels and you can also expect to see a more compact version in .40 S&W. Century International Arms is also offering Zastava M70 and M85 Mauser-style rifles with hinged floorplates, English walnut stocks and adjustable sights in left-handed versions. All come drilled and tapped for scope mounting. If you’ve been yearning for a more classic look, consider the company’s Zastava M70s that are now available with Mannlicher-style stocks.