Archive issues

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July/August 2022

The year’s class of new smoothbores, it’s about dogs and details at Fishing Creek Farms, finding purpose with friends in a dove field, and more.

May/June 2022

Celebrating the joy of English cockers, Versatile, reliable, affordable slide-action classics, A mixed-bag adventure at Highland Hills Ranch and more.

March/April 2022

The story of Joel Etchen Guns, sooty grouse in Oregon’s Cascades, loading your own for the field and more.

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January/February 2022

Pursuing the elusive mountain quail, the special qualities of vintage Scottish boxlocks, the mind game of chukar hunting and more.

November/December 2021

Waterfowling with 20-gauge guns, conservation creates a Carolina Lowcountry haven, pheasant hunting, 21st Century style and more.

September/October 2021

Seven combo hunts to add variety to your bag, creating a double from scratch, unlimited bobwhites at Winghaven Lodge, and more.

July/August 2021

Celebrating the year’s new smoothbores, pursuing the dream of a season well spent, putting brush pants to the puncture test, and more.

May/June 2021

The British Labs of Blue Cypress Kennels, Mixed barrels for mixed bags, Experiencing the richness of Arkansas waterfowling, and more.

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March/April 2021

An innovative addition to a classic design; Prairie chickens in the great wide open; The challenge of valuing shotguns, and more.

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January/February 2021

The Westley Richards ‘droplock’: a stroke of gunmaking genius, a visual feast of rare smallbores and chancing upon Huns in the hoarfrost.

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November/December 2020

Tweaking a gun for fowl weather, the ins & outs of hunting diving ducks, bringing in grouse with handcrafted fakes and more.

September/October 2020

September/October 2020

Quail hunting at the speed of life, Britain’s most successful independent gunmaker
eyes retirement, and more.