By late 1863 J.P. Clabrough was listed in San Francisco’s business directory. He may have spent time in California’s gold country too, as records show he owned shares in a Tuolumne County mine.
The folks at James Purdey & Sons, in London, have partnered with The Sporting Box Company, in North Yorkshire, in developing a shooting gunbox like no other.
Sportsmen recently lost one of Texas’s—and the country’s—strongest voices for the outdoors and conservation with the passing of Ray Sasser. Sasser died February 21 in a Dallas hospital following an eight-year battle with lymphoma. He was 69.
What happens when the former Manufacturing Director of Holland & Holland, Peter Boxall, joins forces with the Managing Director of Sterling, James Edmiston?
Gun buffs who have a penchant for the big screen—and who don’t mind having their brush pants scared off—will want to check out the new horror film Winchester.
When considering custom gunmaking, many aficionados first look to the UK or Europe for inspiration and quality work. But they should not ignore the American Custom Gunmakers Guild (ACGG), an organization whose members have been raising the gunmaking bar for 35 years.
We wanted to check out this 28-gauge from the company’s range of Turkish-made over/unders, to learn what a $669 (MSRP) shotgun looks and feels like.
In many ways the end of an era, the auctions of Extraordinary Firearms and Sporting & Collector offerings at James D. Julia from March 21 to 23 will be the last gun sale to be held at the firm’s Fairfield, Maine headquarters.
Since 2009 I have reviewed Fausti shotguns five times and never been disappointed. The new Fausti XF4 Sport is just such a target gun. It is said to be a multi-discipline gun suitable for trap, skeet, sporting clays and FITASC.
On December 14, 2017, an era came to an end. That’s when James D. Julia Auctioneers merged with Morphy Auctions to create one of North America’s largest antique auction houses.
Savage has just introduced a new Fox A Grade side-by-side. Let’s see where it stands for that famous name.
The mention of E.J. Churchill often conjures up discussions of the iconic Churchill XXV shotgun.
Since the company was established by Isodoro Rizzini in 1971, FAIR has been making guns in Marcheno, Italy, in the country’s famous Val Trompia.