By late 1863 J.P. Clabrough was listed in San Francisco’s business directory. He may have spent time in California’s gold country too, as records show he owned shares in a Tuolumne County mine.
A short history of 2″ guns & loads.
The private opening of Gordy & Sons took place on a Thursday evening in early May. It was a no-expense-spared soiree, reflecting the Gordys’ ambitions.
“Lynne brings a level of professionalism and a passion for the shooting sports that will be a welcome addition to the Syren brand.” – Wesley Lang
The 16 gauge has had a long and somewhat checkered history.
Enthusiasts have espoused that the side-by-side is the shotgun’s most pleasing form. Now Beretta has created state-of-the-art proof with its 490 Serpentina.
Estates not only look good, but they also are priced right.
Arrieta’s insolvency and the mid-2016 interruption in production at Spanish maker Ugartechea have some American importers wondering what—or who—may be next.
A Belgian double from an artist’s hands.
A high-grade, high-condition Remington hammergun surfaces from the 1870s. Its configuration, finishes and markings make it so rare that no one knows why it was ever made.
Fans of fine guns had something to celebrate recently with the opening of Double Guns of Nashville, a gunshop located on the grounds of the Nashville Gun Club.
The A5’s looks are modeled after John Browning’s popular humpbacked Auto-5, though the action is more contemporary. It is the only 16-gauge autoloader in its class. Read more about this gun review.
Giancarlo Pedretti, master engraver and a pioneer in the Italian gun trade, died unexpectedly September 28. He was 69.