Lately there has been a resurgence in the popularity of small gauges among fine-gun enthusiasts and collectors, and now several bespoke makers are being commissioned to build these for discerning clients.
A library full of titles has educated the author about guns and gunmaking and would serve well those who thirst for knowledge on the subjects.
Remembering a “proper”-dove-shoot introduction.
High-tech aids for busting more birds.
The right way to clean your smoothbore
Whenever I give clays competitors lessons, it’s guaranteed that they will have questions about chokes and cartridges. There seems to be a widely held belief that there is a magic formula—some combination of the two—that can fix gaps in their skills and guarantee a step up in class or even help win tournaments.
The mention of E.J. Churchill often conjures up discussions of the iconic Churchill XXV shotgun.
If you can improve your long-distance shotgunning, you can be confident of making clean kills on overhead and passing birds.
The 16 gauge has had a long and somewhat checkered history.
From replacing worn necessities to upgrading with the latest textiles or tech, wingshooters often have specific wish lists. Here are some great suggestions.
Plan like a pro: tips and tricks for the traveling wingshooter.
Simulated driven shooting is a fun way to get a taste of the real thing or to warm up for the season.