In 1884, when he came into his full inheritance, Gordon started collecting in earnest, ordering guns in profusion. Most were out-of-period muzzleloaders.
The catalog entry for the Lefever describes it as “Probably the finest and most important Nineteenth Century American shotgun” and “An iconic Lefever worthy of the most advanced collection.”
Our friend Kiri Kythreotis of Athina Sporting stopped by our booth at the Safari Club International convention two weeks ago, and we enjoyed a…
To understand how obedience fits into a good training program, let’s first study the three main elements of the system: socialization, obedience and fieldwork.
Although members of the Merkel family have been making shotguns in and around Suhl as far back as the 16th Century, as Editor at…
The Project Upland series “ . . . captures the passions and traditions of the grouse woods to inspire a new generation of upland hunters,” as RGS puts it. This is good stuff — well worth watching. We can almost smell the North Woods in October . . .
It takes experience and practice—not only to load the guns but also to shoot well by fully utilizing the skills of the loader.