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The following items can help you be proactive in taking care of your dog and ensuring against disasters—large and small—in the field and at home.
Ninety-two percent of the student-athletes participate in the clay-shooting disciplines of trap, skeet, sporting clays, bunker trap, trap doubles and international skeet.
Double Guns of Nashville imports these excellent guns, and co-founder Barry Rich was kind enough to loan us a Giulio Bernardelli 28-gauge hammergun to review.
To Wisconsin’s county forests for grouse & woodcock.
The worst thing that can happen to your dog may depend on what you fear the most.
The right way to clean your smoothbore
Whether in a duck blind or a dove field, many of us have dropped a bird nearby and thought, Wow, I bet that would hurt. For Maryland resident Robert Meilhammer, the hypothetical recently became all too real.
Swamp Magnum. The name alone strikes fear in the hearts of ducks and geese. As it should.
When it comes to travel, you wouldn’t let a child ride in your vehicle without a seatbelt, so why would you let your four-legged best friend lurch around without protection?