November/December 2009

Features

The Jules Bury Collection

Griffin & Howe’s fine-firearms find of the century

By: Douglas Tate

Blue Sky in All Weather

White-fronts, pintails and more in Alberta’s Peace River country

By:

California Quailing

In pursuit of fine gamebirds with fine Rigby shotguns

By: Roger Sanger & Steve Helsley

Pride of the Prairie

Ducks & pheasants at Prairie Sky Ranch

By: Tom Huggler

Ducks in the Rows

Fielding mallards in South Dakota

By: Bill Buckley

Witches in the Dulaney Hole

Ladies, Labs and a shared love of duck hunting

By: Allison Crews

Faux Fowl

The latest in imitation ducks & geese

By: Bill Buckley

Hunting in the Home of Hot Sauce

A connection through a friend leads to a duck hunt on Avery Island, the home of the McIlhenny family and their famous Tabasco Sauce. It’s hallowed ground, both in family history and in the traditions of American bird and habitat conservation.

By: Ed Carroll

Departments

From the Editor

The full flight, duck stamps and our Special Waterfowl Section

By: Ralph P. Stuart

Letters

Cover contents, a Major question, Hemingway and more

Game & Gun Gazette

The A-10 American, the “Guild Show,” Rigby’s, Zoli, etc.

Zoli Introduces the Columbus Gold

The latest series of Antonio Zoli O/U’s is being offered at a base price of $3,850.

By: Ed Carroll

Shooting

Why shooting should be more than a numbers game

By: Michael McIntosh

Fine Gunmaking

Enjoying guns whether you shoot them or not

By: Steven Dodd Hughes

Shot Talk

Changing stocks & barrels for better fit & performance

By: Tom Roster

Hunting Dogs

Practicing to make perfect on opening day

By: George Hickox

Sporting Clays

Clothing and accessories that can improve shooting

By: Chris Batha

Gun Review

The Caesar Guerini Apex Field: a handsome companion for the hunt

By: Bruce Buck

Guncraft

Best British barrelmaking at Holland & Holland

By: Vic Venters

Field Gear

Fowling products for the field, marsh, boat and blind

By: Tom Huggler

The Major

Prickly tales about porcupine encounters

By: Galen Winter

 


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