Taking targets with the CZ All-American.
A century on, a new gun meets—and makes—gunmaking history.
A Prussian Daly ejector repair.
If you wanted to know what interested British gunmakers—and their clients—during the shotgun’s golden era, you could do worse than look to Frederick Beesley.
“Our Renaissance gun has intricate but delicate scroll that is indicative of the 17th Century style,” says Longthorne Marketing Director Elaine Stewart.
Handsome is as handsome does” is nice as far as it goes. But for many shotgunners it doesn’t go far enough.
Donald Dallas, a Shooting Sportsman contributor and the prolific author of books on the history of gunmaking, was presented with the President’s Cup and the President’s Gold Medal at Holts Auctioneers’ December sale, in London.
The Retay Masai Mara: a very nice inertia semi-auto.
The Dickinson Hunter Light: a fine field gun for less.
A new Pheasants Forever chapter in Bismarck, North Dakota, intends to carry forward the good conservation work that has made Pheasants Forever a force of almost 150,000 members.