Readers have enquiring minds, and I receive many thoughtful letters throughout the year. I always am glad to help. It’s time again for a round of exchanges that should be of general interest to shotgunners.
The ragged realities of Himalayan snowcock Story and Photographs by Garhart Stephenson hirty years ago I learned of the Himalayan snowcock, a large member…
A Prussian Daly ejector repair.
The Ruffed Grouse Society recently issued a public letter with a call to action regarding the proposed Indiana listing.
If you wanted to know what interested British gunmakers—and their clients—during the shotgun’s golden era, you could do worse than look to Frederick Beesley.
For those needing yet another reason to yearn for your college days, the appeal just got a bit stronger.
A library full of titles has educated the author about guns and gunmaking and would serve well those who thirst for knowledge on the subjects.
“Our Renaissance gun has intricate but delicate scroll that is indicative of the 17th Century style,” says Longthorne Marketing Director Elaine Stewart.
Hunting is the ultimate excuse to go someplace you’ve never been. Yet sometimes taking the road less traveled is better experienced with a friend—or a dozen.