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.
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.
Celebrating a gunmaking milestone.
The Perdix, which is a selection from Powell’s Continental line, is a sideplated 12- or 20-bore over/under based on a Batista Rizzini action.
The RPQRF believes that quail are impaired by parasitic infection, such as from eyeworms, and that their reproduction and survival are reduced.
The new lightweight brush pants from Gordy & Sons, Outfitters, in Houston, may be the coolest hunting pants you’ll ever wear—and I don’t mean just fashion-wise.
In three years the Lowcountry Annie Oakleys Charity Clays tournament has raised nearly $500,000.
Who hasn’t fantasized about the ideal double? We all have ideas of what makes a perfect gun, yet few of us ever will put those ideas into practice.
The shooting school, which is set on 65 acres, features a outlet and is home to The Really Wild Clay Company, which arranges simulated shoots across the UK.
To hear the story, you might think that Kevin Kelly has a bit of a Midas touch when it comes to setting up Italian shotguns for the American buyer.