Led by CZ-USA’s Shotgun Product Manager and Pro Shooter Dave Miller, Weston Zolck and three other young clay shooters set the world record for a five-person team by breaking 14,167 targets in 12 hours.
The challenging sport of Helice
The original goals of the Light Goose Conservation Order were to reduce the mid-continental population of light geese by 50 percent. Results have been mixed.
The latest entry in the training-tool market provides near real-time feedback and detailed analytics of every shot.
A celebration of breaking clays and encouragement for readers to head to the range to dust some targets . . . and recruit new shooters to join them.
Some adventures just seem jinxed from the start.
The ultimate mixed-bag hunt in South Africa.
The finer points & process of ordering a gun
As upland hunters get older, many switch to smaller gauges. The reason: With age comes experience.
Waterfowling in Texas’s Laguna Madre.
There was a time when all the royal palaces of Europe featured a cabinet d’arms displaying everything from swords to sidearms to shoguns in gleaming vitrines. Now an exhibition at the Nevada Museum of Art, in Reno, that is timed to coincide with the SCI convention illuminates this lost world.
The hows & whys of installing stock ovals