Archive issues

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May/June 2007

Features Seasonal Snows It’s mid-May on the Hudson Bay lowlands. The breadbasket of the Central Flyway. The tundra and tidal flats remain patched with…

March/April 2007

Features Wild in Argentina Extreme mixed-bag gunning at Estancia Las Colas By: Ralph P. Stuart Blue Devils Scaled quail in the hot & prickly By: E….

January/February 2007

Features Fred Gilbert’s Parker A gun from the grand age of ‘exhibition shooting’ By: David Trevallion and J.E. Fender Dispatches from Hungary A wingshooting adventure in…

November/December 2006

Features Less is More The 28-gauge: Wingshooting’s best-kept secret By: Silvio Calabi Ptarmigan Above Timberline [Photoessay] Somewhere along the spine of the Rockies. North of…

September/October 2006

Features Mazur’s Magic The transformation of a Model 21 By: J. Marc Pipas MD A Dash of Sage [Photoessay] It’s a recipe for sage grouse…

July/August 2006

Features The Cadence of Prairies Huns & sharptails in the Western ‘out there’ By: Dave Carty Chukar Battle in the Sheepeaters’ Canyon Casting & blasting…

May/June 2006

Features The House of Krieghoff Of family ties & a venerable German name By: Clair Kofoed Jacks of All Trades An all-around look at versatile…

March/April 2006

Features F.lli Piotti The gold standard of Italian ‘bests’ By: Clair Kofoed Into the Blue(s) Into thin air in pursuit of blue grouse By: Ralph P….

January/February 2006

Features Unforgettable Uruguay [Photoshoot] It’s May south of the equator. Way south. In El Sauce, Uruguay. Fall here means ducks have begun migrating north-and…

November/December 2005

Features Fowl Foolers Fresh faces in fakes for this season By: Jamus Driscoll The Big 10 The pros and cons of the 10-gauge By: Robert I….

September/October 2005

Features A Good Day in the Bald Eagle Valley Of good-enough guns and hunting like the old days By: Charles Fergus Wild Wing Bobwhites Kentucky…

July/August 2005

Features Perfection by Hand Cogswell & Harrison: handcrafting guns by slow degrees By: Douglas Tate Trudging Across the Tundra North to Alaska, in pursuit of…