Doug Tate is an Editor at Large for Shooting Sportsman.
The business will be based in Buckinghamshire, England.
If you think Damascus barrels mean light loads and Cylinder chokes, now is the time to swap those ideas for something more progressive.
The British gun trade doesn’t have a lot of superstar engravers, but Ken Hunt certainly qualifies.
Krieghoff’s Gun of the Year is dedicated to the heroes of The Battle of Thermopylae.
In a difficult year for bird hunters, one area of our little world has proved itself practically bulletproof.
Garbi has available a new 28-bore side-by-side called the Partridge—a name intended to conjure images of shooting driven redlegs in Spain.
The pandemic has affected the art world unevenly, hitting museums hard while allowing galleries to thrive. This past winter Paderewski Fine Art & The...
Longthorne Gunmakers is now building an over/under “boxlock.”
It’s been 150 years since an English side-by-side has been built with barrels machined from a single billet of steel.
Purdey’s has introduced a scaled-down 20-bore version “suitable for both driven and walked-up shooting.”
The Birth of The Boxlock Shotgun is a must for any scholar of fine shotguns.
The rumors were rife. Beretta had acquired Holland & Holland, the London firm famous for its fine guns and rifles.