American 28-gauge shooters have been clamoring for years for lead hunting loads heavier than the 28’s longstanding 3⁄4-oz shot charge. And finally several manufacturers have listened.
Esteemed historian Donald Dallas brings to life the leading British riflemaker of the Victorian Age; A glossy second take that reflects the rapidly evolving face of sport shooting and hunting in 21st Century America. A look at some of our favorite Wingshooting Books.
Congratulations to Joshua Creek Ranch, which recently was named the 2018 Orvis Endorsed Wingshooting Lodge of the Year at the 32nd Annual Orvis Guide Rendezvous, in Asheville, North Carolina.
High & low ’fowling in western South America
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.
A hunting dog performs better when it’s in shape. But what exactly does “in shape” mean?
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.
This year Kids & Clays will host 23 sporting clays, trap and skeet events, each organized by the respective area’s Ronald McDonald House Charity.
To make lots of practice comfortable and positive, the wise shotgunner uses low-recoil practice loads.
Have a great photo from this past hunting season? Submit it here or to our Instagram page (with the hashtag: #shootingsportsmancontest) and you will be eligible to win a Wild Hare Range Vest, a one-year subscription to Shooting Sportsman and a coveted SSM hat.
The alarming effects of West Nile Virus in ruffed grouse populations and what hunters can do for conservation.