The challenging sport of Helice
The latest entry in the training-tool market provides near real-time feedback and detailed analytics of every shot.
Taking the mystery out of misses
Modern decoys, calls, guns and loads are certainly great assets, but waterfowlers need to do their part by practicing proper shooting techniques before the season.
Safety rules for any situation
The increasing number of women shooters has encouraged more firearms manufacturers to begin making ladies’ guns.
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.