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.
When one door closes, another opens. We all have heard this paraphrased often enough, as it has come to invigorate an eternal optimism that good things may be made from regrettable circumstances.
Whether in a duck blind or a dove field, many of us have dropped a bird nearby and thought, Wow, I bet that would hurt. For Maryland resident Robert Meilhammer, the hypothetical recently became all too real.
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.
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.
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.
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.