The increasing number of women shooters has encouraged more firearms manufacturers to begin making ladies’ guns.
Lately there has been a resurgence in the popularity of small gauges among fine-gun enthusiasts and collectors, and now several bespoke makers are being commissioned to build these for discerning clients.
This J.D. Dougall, with its diminutive action, was in rough shape when purchased. Refurbishing it involved a complete restocking and making all new screws from scratch.
Remembering a “proper”-dove-shoot introduction.
Everyone can benefit from good coaching. Whether they’re involved in a sport, a hobby or just life, quality advice from a knowledgeable expert can be invaluable. These four top shooting instructors share their secrets
Praising 2″ 12s, shooting short shells, and more.
Taken for granted by hunters outside the South for many years, shooting these little gray speedsters is both fun and challenging.
Plan like a pro: tips and tricks for the traveling wingshooter.
Fall gatherings for double-gun enthusiasts.
Simulated driven shooting is a fun way to get a taste of the real thing or to warm up for the season.
The Year’s Lineup of New Scatterguns.
Meeting Women’s (Different) Needs