May/June 2011

Features

Portrait of a Lady

The final chapter on the restoration of a Hussey

By: Terry Wieland

Wild West, Wild Quail

A sampling of the best from the other half of quail country

By: E. Donnall Thomas Jr.

Cortaderas Combo

A lot of everything in Entre Rios Province

By: John M. Taylor

Working Like Dogs

A celebration of dogs doing what they love

By: Mark Atwater

Crossing Over

Transitioning to the next generation

By: Dr. T.C. Jennings

Ronnie Smith: Bird-Dog Trainer

Observations of a man fluent in dog

By: Randall Fuller

The Essential E-Collar

The latest developments in dog-training technology

By: Tom Huggler

Winston Churchill: Master Engraver

Reflecting on a lifetime of handiwork

By: Clair Kofoed

Departments

From the Editor

The thrills and spills of working gundogs

By: Ralph P. Stuart

Letters

Phenomenal photos, gun restoration and belated regrets

Game & Gun Gazette

Spring shoots, new guns, good books, and more

A Season of Shoots

Spring comes slowly in some parts of the country, but as we reluctantly let go of our winter pursuits we have a full schedule of double-gun shoots to look forward to, beginning with a visit to warmer climes.

The Southern Side by Side Spring Classic: April 29 to May 1

By: Ed Carroll

Hemingway’s Guns Online

The publication of Hemingway’s Guns, The Sporting Arms of Ernest Hemingway—a Shooting Sportsman Book by Silvio Calabi, Steve Helsley & Roger Sanger—has spurred rumor of more Hemingway guns, and readers have e-mailed comments and questions.

By: The Editors

Shooting

Introducing Women to Shooting, Part 2

By: Chris Batha

Fine Gunmaking

Taking the full measure of a classic Super Fox

By: Steven Dodd Hughes

Shot Talk

Pattern testing lead shot for reloading

By: Tom Roster

Hunting Dogs

Making commands stick—everywhere, every time

By: George Hickox

Gun Review

The Baserri Mari HR Hunter: a lot of gun for the money

By: Bruce Buck

Field Gear

Products with which to do right by your dog

By: Tom Huggler

Going Places

“Simulated” bird shooting at Montana’s Lazy Triple Creek Ranch

By: Roger Sanger

The Major

Wolverines, snow snakes and bears, oh my!

By: Galen Winter

 


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