As wild-quail populations nose-dived in the Southeast in the 1980s, relative declines on even well-managed private plantations in north Florida and south Georgia proved that they, too, were not immune.
It’s hard to foster a budding young Babcock or Ruark on an ersatz diet of pen-raised quail. While There Were Still Wild Birds: A Personal History of Southern Quail Hunting, by Richard E. Rankin Jr., is one modern exception.
Driven-style shooting with Holland & Holland
The return of Rio Piedra Plantation.
Guns, shooting, and characters sketched from American gun culture—propel the narratives in each of three related novellas that comprise Bang Bang Tales, by first-time author Clark Stoneridge.
Esteemed historian Donald Dallas brings to life the leading British riflemaker of the Victorian Age; A glossy second take that reflects the rapidly evolving face of sport shooting and hunting in 21st Century America. A look at some of our favorite Wingshooting Books.
A look at some of our favorite Wingshooting Books.
A short history of 2″ guns & loads.