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Making a Masterpiece

“If artists are fully appreciated only after their deaths, can the same be said of artisans? Yes, in the case of Guido Rizzini, the artisan who founded the Italian gunmaking firm F.lli Rizzini with his brother, Amelio, in 1971.”

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It’s dog-training season for bird hunters across the country—meaning it’s time to take inventory of what gear is and isn’t working.

Trap Talk

Shooting trap is likely the most popular clay-target sport in the US, though so much of it is shot casually that participation would be hard to measure. Trap is the original clay-target sport and the most ubiquitous; it is also the easiest and least expensive to set up, because it requires only one trap and a small piece of land.

Salvinelli EXL Sporting

The EXL Sporting was very nice to shoot. It definitely had that racy Italian feel. I really enjoyed shooting this gun. It required no technique changes and was equally at home with swing-through or sustained-lead methods.

Ed Carroll

Load Up on Rio Contest

The markings on the barrel flats reveal something unusual about this Arrieta side-by-side. If you know what, take our quiz for a chance to win a box of Rio Ammunition.

Charles Gordon & His Guns

In 1884, when he came into his full inheritance, Gordon started collecting in earnest, ordering guns in profusion. Most were out-of-period muzzleloaders.