March/April 2015

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Features

Top 10 Sporting Courses

Choice grounds for breaking clays

  • By: Chris Batha

J.P. Clabrough

A gunmaker in San Francisco & Birmingham

  • By: Steve Helsley & Roger Sanger

Training Days

A bird-shooting safari on the Rovos Rail

  • By: Gary Kramer

Making The Rounds

Visiting the workshop of McKay Brown Gunmakers

  • By: Melissa Volpi

At A Premiere Gun Sale

In Rock Island, Illinois, with padlle in hand

  • By: Silvio Calabi

Departments

From the Editor

The value of coaching for breaking clays

  • By: Ralph P. Stuart

Letters

Checked-baggage rules, encouraging young shooters, and welcoming women

Game & Gun Gazette

Readers & Writers Adventures, a designer Beretta, Cole Gunsmithing and more

Fine Gunmaking

Exploring an unusual multi-barreled Collath

  • By: Steven Dodd Hughes

Shooting

Training the brain for sporting clays

  • By: Chris Batha

Hunting Dogs

A report from the Purina Summit

  • By: George Hickox

Gun Review

The Caesar Guerini Invictus: good for a million rounds

  • By: Bruce Buck

Gun Craft

Ian Clarke: high-tech machinist to the trade

  • By: Vic Venters

Field Gear

Gear to get you ready for the range

  • By: David Draper

To the Point

Remembering bird hunts by road food

  • By: Tom Huggler
Ed Carroll

Ed Carroll is Shooting Sportsman's Associate Editor.

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