July/August 2013

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The Year in Guns

What’s new for 2013

By: Bruce Buck

Gentlemen Bobs

Good-old-days quail hunting at North Carolina’s Webb Farm

By: Vic Venters

The Resurrection of Eddie Bauer

The rise, fall & rise again of an iconic sporting brand

By: Brian Lynn

Gun Trader’s Blues

Perfection, experience teaches you, was two, five, maybe 10 guns back

By: Stephen Bodio

A High-Plains Pair

Fowling & pheasants in Nebraska and the Dakotas

By: David Draper

Trial Run

A passion for gundogs at the National Field Trial Championship

By: Jamie Evans and John Hoffman

A Soft Belly in Rough Country

The trials & tribulations of owning a gundog

By: Darcy Lohmiller


From the Editor

Welcoming women to wingshooting

By: Ralph P. Stuart


Appreciating Perazzi, Guerini guns, old doubles & steel, etc.

Game & Gun Gazette

Hunter Defense Fund, bobwhite quail, Sauer, Fox and more

The Total Gun Manual

It is no simple task to write a book of equal appeal to beginner and expert alike, but with The Total Gun Manual, “The Gun Nuts” of Field & Stream have done it. The Gun Nuts, so named for their popular blog and TV show, are David Petzal and Phil Bourjaily, Field & Stream’s rifle and shotgun editors.

By: Vic Venters

Fine Gunmaking

Looking inside a standard-grade, high-condition Parker

By: Steven Dodd Hughes


Intelligent Coaching Tools: a major boon to shooters & instructors

By: Chris Batha

Shot Talk

The latest offerings for breaking clays and taking game

By: Tom Roster

Hunting Dogs

Cause & effect: the importance of timing in rewarding & correcting

By: George Hickox

Field Gear

New-to-market products for wingshooters of all stripes

By: David Draper

Gun Craft

Harnessing the hidden forces of flex to give guns “spring”

By: Vic Venters

To the Point

For bird dogs and their owners, it’s a jungle out there

By: Tom Roster

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